Want to know who has the most stressful job in the enterprise these days? It’s the CISO, or chief information security officer. This is typically a senior-level executive responsible for developing and implementing information security programs and the person first on the hook if a breach occurs.
Many of these brave men and women took on the role prior to the pandemic when vulnerable applications and data could be placed within a secure domain—typically, a well-defined firewall.
Today, that’s not possible. With employees forced to work remotely during the early days of COVID-19 and many still working from home, maintaining enterprise security suddenly has gotten more interesting. One of the weapons that CISOs keep leveraging is virtual desktop infrastructure or VDI.
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