Now more than ever before, employees are moving off premises and performing their work duties remotely. In this white paper, learn about the solutions and scalability concerns that you need to know in order to secure remote workers as they access any app, any device, and any network.
The pandemic of 2020 has driven a surge in the remote workforce as organizations attempt to enable business continuity. Such a paradigm forces IT teams to revisit their infrastructure to balance security with productivity. This guide identifies the essential components of a solution as follows:
Identity and Multi Factor Authentication (MFA): Strong identity management via Single Sign-On combined with MFA is an essential component.
Access Control and Data Loss Prevention (DLP): Access to corporate data must be controlled with respect to the context of the access depending on the user, location, type of device, sensitivity of the data, compliance requirements etc. Furthermore, policies must be enforced on content flowing into and out of applications, based on the context of the flow.
Zero-Day Threat Protection: subject to greater risks from hacking and malware. Protection from threats is essential across devices, networks and apps.
Visibility: Regulated organizations must retain access logs for remote workers to satisfy compliance requirements.
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