In today’s digital world cybersecurity is a necessity in every organization. However, there needs to be a balance between productivity of your employees and the security of the organization. If employees believe that the security team in the organization is making them go through drastic measures for the sake of security, then employees could circumvent these measures for their convenience. Newman states that an organization should “never sacrifice security for productivity,” which I believe is an extremely important point. Let’s say for example a user wanted to remote into their computer from a public WiFi hotspot that is not secure. If that employee did not want to go through the time and use a token to remote into their desktop and VPN in they could install Chrome Remote Desktop and circumvent these security protocols. This could create an unencrypted connection to your work PC that could easily be hacked by someone who is sniffing traffic on the network. Unfortunately, employees have stated that 92% of their organization’s remote-access policies hamper productivity. Organizations need to educate employees on how to not go against these policies as well teach them how to use these security measures properly as to ease the burden on them.