Offboarding Security for the Remote Workforce

In this One-Minute White Paper, Pulse surveyed 118 tech leaders to understand the offboarding process for a remote workforce.

Offboarding an employee who is exiting the organization involves shutting off access to company accounts, including company email, shared collaboration tools and a range of other software that the employee had privileged access to. 

This protects sensitive data that could harm the company if an ex-employee were to intentionally or unintentionally enable access to it. Ideally, offboarding should be completed in an organized, timely manner to close the window of opportunity for a negative reaction or accidental security breach. 

HR tools exist to aid the offboarding process, but the COVID-19 pandemic has changed these processes significantly. Organizations have been operating with a remote workforce, sometimes using a suite of new software tools that employees have access to. How have tech leaders been managing the offboarding process for the remote workforce?

Offboarding Security for the Remote Workforce

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