During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans transitioned to a work-from-home or hybrid work model, converting dining room tables into office desks and guest bedrooms into conference rooms. As living spaces turned into remote-work spaces, business continuity relied heavily upon the ability to communicate and interact through computers, tablets, cameras, microphones, and cellphones. Unfortunately, bad actors and computer criminals exploited the traditionally meager network security systems utilized by households and small businesses and compromised sensitive information found on all of these devices. To address the imminent cyber threats facing many Americans who continue to work remotely, Palo Alto Network has launched an enterprise-grade cybersecurity system designed for work-from-home and small business environments. This comprehensive solution, named Okyo Garde, features a mesh Wi-Fi security system that automatically protects an entire network of devices against formidable malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks. This affordable solution will give business owners and employees peace of mind as they continue to manage sensitive and confidential business information from their home networks. To read more about Okyo Garde, see Palo Alto’s press release.