One day – hopefully soon, and fingers crossed – we’ll have COVID under control. But many of your organization’s workers won’t be coming back to the office. Remote work is a big chunk of the “new normal,” and it’s a permanent part of your cybersecurity landscape…as is the complex set of new challenges that goes with supporting and securing a far-flung workforce.
Having fun yet?
Before you go wasting money and resources on another box, consider one important fact: you probably don’t need one (or several). Odds are pretty good the tech you need is already in house. Now is the time to create an integrated, thoughtful solution that optimizes your existing technology.
Integrating the tools you already have fosters an agile, effective and efficient foundation for securing today’s - and tomorrow’s - distributed workplace.
Also, it’s cheaper than buying new stuff. Just saying.
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Every individual is a point of vulnerability. How do you secure all endpoints, from cubicle to kitchen?
Remote workforces mean zero-trust must be the default setting. How can you best assure secure, frictionless access to apps and data, for every person, every time?
One thing hasn’t changed – email is the biggest threat, and remote workers are especially vulnerable. Here are some proven techniques for staying ahead of attackers and keeping your environment clear of malware, phishing and BEC attacks.