The Shift to a Remote Workforce and Keeping it Cyber Secure
As employees are packing up their office equipment and shifting to working remotely, they are facing serious risks and exposure to cybercriminals wanting to take advantage of these increased opportunities. A well-executed transition will make working from home possible and maintain security, and it will do so within the limitations of your organization’s existing infrastructure.
When working remotely many employees will need to access business-critical systems, applications, infrastructure and data. Many companies have a hybrid scenario where some business applications are on-premise in the office or a company data center; others may be in a private cloud or public cloud; or the applications might even be truly Software as a Service (SaaS) based. It is essential that no matter where the remote employee might be, they can still securely access necessary business applications.
But how can remote employees do so securely?
Join our webinar on April 2nd at 11 AM ET where our CISO Terence Jackson and Chief Cyber Security Scientist to get these questions answered plus answer anything else that comes to mind.
- What data is on my systems and will it still comply with compliance and regulations if employees leave the office and work remotely?
- Does it matter if my users are local administrators
- How can I sustain a business as usual approach and maintain security?
- Will a Zero Trust strategy work?