Your organization may be adjusting to the new normal of working from home, but threat actors are always poised to identify new security vulnerabilities and take advantage of the vulnerabilities that remote work environments are particularly susceptible to. Whether or not your increased remote workforce is temporary, it’s critical to take precautions and have the right safeguards in place any time remote work is utilized.
Experts Bob Erdman, senior cybersecurity product manager, James Adams, cybersecurity sales engineer, and Hank Carr, sales engineer, discuss what the potential security pitfalls of a remote workforce are and how to manage them. Learn how to protect your organization by detecting ransomware, and other malicious activity coming from an increase in:
- Using personal devices for work
- Accessing the network over an insecure connection
- Targeted phishing attempts
- Unencrypted communication of sensitive information
Want to learn about how to stop threats in their tracks?
Learn how to limit risk and damage by detecting infected endpoints faster in our guide, How to Identify Compromised Devices with Certainty.