With the increased remote working arrangements due to the ongoing pandemic, corporate endpoints are now located far beyond the standard corporate perimeter. To make matters worse, many employee’s dependents are also working and beginning schooling on the very same network now serving as an extension of your corporate infrastructure.
This arrangement, at this scale, was likely not considered when drafting organizational policies and standards. Likewise, operational security controls may not have previously existed or been tested before the entire organization started working from home. The corporate threat models almost certainly were not scoped to include family members’ systems, IoT devices, or connected toys.
The Forcibly Converged Network has its challenges. Every organization’s architecture is different; every home network and the devices communicating with the Internet is unique, and every parent or guardian overseeing and authorizing Internet usage have their own beliefs and rules.
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