Skill Level Beginner
- [Scott] Many people work from home every day, and some people work from home part of the time. And recently many people have been told that they're suddenly expected to work from home until further notice. Regardless of your situation, maintaining the security of information you work with is critical, and just because some of us find ourselves in a temporary or unexpected situation, that's not a reason to be casual about information safety. I'm Scott Simpson, and I've been working from home for a while now. Even though most of what I create ends up being published on the Internet, I also work with information that's proprietary and needs to be remain protected. In your job, chances are you work with sensitive information. Customers records, finances, unannounced products, or other things that shouldn't be left unsecured. And if you're accustomed to working in an office, being responsible for working securely at home may seem intimidating. I hope you'll join me for this LinkedIn Learning course to learn how to secure your home office. Let's go.