Hiring freelancers is a very cost-effective way to scale a business, especially for startups and small businesses.
Not only does the booming gig economy allow companies to hire professionals at competitive rates, freelancers also cost significantly less to maintain than an in-house team. You don’t have to invest in a long-term office space, training, and benefits.
However, hiring freelancers to power your business does come with risks.
Since freelancers are most likely to work remotely, you can leave your organization vulnerable to a number of online threats. This includes digital eavesdropping, malware-infected devices, and unencrypted file sharing.
In this post, we will discuss the top cybersecurity tips that will help you address the risks associated with remote work.