Over the past year and half, many organizations have transitioned to remote work. While remote work has many benefits for both employees and employers, it poses specific problems for organizational cybersecurity by introducing a host of new potential points of entry for cybercriminals in the form of personal devices and home internet service. Working from Home Cybersecurity Checklist, provided by Cyber Florida community partner Scarlett Cybersecurity, offers guidance to help ensure that your remote staff are implementing good cybersecurity practices and doing their part to protect the organization from cybercrime.