In this white paper, we take a closer look at corporate-associated residential
IP addresses (WFH-RO IPs) and discover attributes that pose unique
cybersecurity risks as compared to in-office corporate networks.
With companies around the world adapting to a remote workforce in an
expedient manner, we wanted to understand any inherent and unconsidered
risks posed to those organizations due to the home environment. We isolated
the study to the assessment of the network perimeter of devices on those
networks and researched the differences in the distribution of compromised
systems observed on those networks on a sample of 41,000 US-based

Read The Full Repport : Identifying Unique Risks of Work from Home-Remote Office Networks