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I Introduction Telework as a concept was first introduced as telecommuting by Jack Nilles (Nilles, 1976). He coined it while he was stuck in a traffic jam in Los Angels ( Kurland and Bailey, 1999 ). In the 1980’s in the USA, there was a big emphasis on cutting costs from the employer’s side and on the ecological problems because California struggled against the air pollution caused by the immense usage of cars ( Kurland and Bailey, 1999 ; Handy and Mokhtarian, 1995 ; Mannering and Mokhtarian, 1995 ). The adoption of telework in the USA lead into the reduction

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In the current pandemic conditions that have covered the whole world between individual contracts of special type, the contract with work at home has acquired a priority place. Likewise, telework, regulated in Romania since 2018 and considered a new form of work organization, has also proved its effectiveness. In this context, however, it is necessary to identify the advantages and disadvantages of working in the form of work at home or telework and to draw guidelines for future legislative changes in this area.

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The unanticipated disruption triggered by Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has accelerated the shift to virtual workplace ecosystems for employees in the government, business, and the military. The accelerated move to whole organization telework has also created new complex challenges around managing cybersecurity risks. Complex business and governmental organizational ecosystems have several significant and critical job tasks around cybersecurity. These roles have the involved responsibility of functioning as effective teams to handle incident responses, intrusion evaluations, crisis management, crisis communications, forensic data examinations, malware analyzations, firewall assessments, penetration testing, disaster recovery, emergency response planning, risk management, human factor analyzation, training assessment, and active network monitoring. This qualitative research study explores the nuances of employee engagement, organizational development, and the management of virtual and remote cybersecurity teams in ways that enhance complex business and organizational ecosystems in the world of professional practice.

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