Kriativ-tech Volume 1, Issue 9, April 2018, Pages: xxx Received: Dec. 28, 2019; Accepted: Feb. 25, 2020. Published: Oct. 11, 2021.


Pedro Ramos Brandao, Coordinator Professor at ISTECManuel Martins, Master's student in Computing at ISTEC



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Pedro Ramos Brandao, Manuel Martins, CyberSecurity - Risks of Telework DOI: 10.31112/kriativ-tech-2021-10-60


Nowadays, telework is increasingly seen as an issue that must be addressed importantly and that solutions are found to enhance and strengthen it. As a result, organizations are increasingly relying on hybrid models of telework and presential work. The purpose of this paper is to assess whether an objective approach in the correlation between the tools made available and employee training and awareness for good use practices will reduce the risks associated with telework.


Telework, Cybersecurity, Professional Qualification


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