Working remotely is no longer a perk companies offer to their employees every now and again — it has become the norm. The pandemic has left companies and freelance entrepreneurs alike at home, building makeshift workspaces in their living spaces in an attempt to help flatten the curve. The transition has led many businesses to change their mindset about telecommuting and finally see the benefits of working remotely. In fact, lots of businesses have begun committing to a fully remote, or mostly remote workforce, despite many of the social distancing and quarantine policies easing. Unfortunately, not all workers are knowledgeable when it comes to cybersecurity, and this could mean trouble for your business. This makes it all the more important that you educate your team about the basics of cybersecurity and help them build good cybersecurity habits.