7 Steps for Keeping a Remote Work Environment Secure
Moving millions of employees, their computers, and their data from a secure office environment to the home—with minimal notice—presents tremendous data security risks, including simple technical glitches, accidental human error, and malicious/ransomware attacks.
1) Secure Employee DevicesWhere possible, provide laptop devices so employees aren’t forced to use potentially less secure personal devices for work such as home desktops.
Install a strong SSL virtual private network (VPN) solution such as Pulse Secure, Cisco or GlobalProtect on every company laptop for a secure connection to the company network.
3) Secure the Laptop and the NetworkEnsure network security with a tool like Rapid7, Tanium, or CrowdStrike that protects a laptop.
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