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The share of the workforce working remotely and the percentage of freelancing workers was steadily rising worldwide, even before the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Working entirely from home or performing specific tasks remotely is already a routine across organizations of all sizes and all industry verticals. The spread of the coronavirus only speeds up the process of shifting toward a more flexible work environment in which work from home plays an increasingly important role.
At Datashield, we pride ourselves on our ability to protect our clients, especially during the pandemic. Our security experts have compiled a list of the top five tips for those looking to increase their security in a remote work environment.
Azure Virtual Network (VNet) is a platform enabling you to create and maintain private networks in the context of Azure cloud and services. VNet works in a similar fashion a network in a data center works while introducing added advantages such as scale, availability, and isolation.
Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute is a connector that uses a connectivity provider to extend your on-premises networks into the Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 clouds over a private connection.
An organization’s digital transformation process requires a safe and secure environment for sharing data, and Proofpoint provides a solution for the exchange of large files using their Secure Share tool.
When an organization has a highly remote workforce or shifts its operations to remote working, even temporarily, they could be opening their network to many risks. One way to mitigate them is by implementing UEBA software. UEBA stands for User and Event Behavior Analytics or User and Entity Behavior Analytics, depending on who you ask.
In part one of our Remote Workforce Roundtable, we spoke to the larger cybersecurity trends at hand with remote working and security vulnerabilities. This time I sat down with Greg Foss from VMware Carbon Black for a more endpoint-focused discussion on remote work.
While the world shifts to remote working in this post-COVID-19 world, there are rumblings around working from home and cybersecurity concerns. Contrary to popular belief, many organizations don’t have proper work from home capabilities or strategies in place. Some are only allowing their IT/Security staff to work remotely.