When employees work from home, it is critical to quickly detect and manage threats on individual endpoints such as computers and smart phones.BlueSOC EDR
Before the pandemic dramatically changed our way of working, remote work was seen as a relatively unusual phenomenon. However, today it has become a part of everyday life for many people, and many experts believe that we are at the beginning of a shift where remote work will become significantly more common in the future. In order to enable the flexibility involved with remote work in the long term, it is wise to implement risk-reduction measures to avoid the security risks that remote work can create for the business. At Sentor, we are experts on this issue and can help you to ask the right questions and guide you to good solutions.
In an office environment, layers of protection are often present when employees are connected to the company’s network. For remote work, many people work from their private network, which opens up the majority of risks.
When employees perform the majority of the work in a cloud environment, it is critical to protect endpoints such as laptops and smart phones. Therefore, these need to be kept up-to-date and have added protection mechanisms.
When changes are made quickly and new work methods and technologies are implemented, it is difficult to ensure that guidelines and policies are in place that spell out what is applicable.
Managing users and authorised access is incredibly important when it comes to using various online services. If these are managed incorrectly, a hacker can gain a foothold and reach deeper into the environment.
Many companies are not sufficiently careful in terms of configuring their cloud services. Incorrect configurations can result in data leaks, but also in deletion of data or having it manipulated by someone with the wrong intentions.
When new technologies are introduced without clear guidelines, this can affect observance of various compliance requirements that the organisation is subject to.
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