Securing remote workers in the age of teleworking

Using foundational network infrastructure

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As an unprecedented amount of people work from home, enterprises are faced with the security risks of their employees accessing enterprise resources from a variety of unprotected devices. In addition, cyber thieves are leveraging the situation to their benefit with a slew of COVID-19 related phishing attacks. 

With home working likely to stick around in some capacity for years to come, organisations need to consider the risks in consumer Wi-Fi connections, document shares on cloud folders, and home browsers configured with plug-ins and applications that could introduce threats. 

This whitepaper will address the challenges of this new normal and share solutions for quickly ramping up security using foundational network services. Download it now to start securing your remote workforce and protecting your corporate resources. 

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