As COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S., organizations and businesses are taking seriously their responsibility to facilitate social distancing as we attempt to slow the spread of the virus. While there are many benefits to working remotely in the current situation, remote work can place greater strain on IT systems and increase cyber risks. Both employers and employees need to take action to protect themselves and business continuity. Remote work isn’t a new concept and is considered the norm within many organizations. However, some businesses have never needed or utilized large-scale work-at-home plans prior to the current pandemic, and may not be aware of their cyber vulnerabilities.