To keep up with security vulnerabilities, organizations need to break the trade-off between security and convenience. Come take a deeper dive into how behavioral analytics can secure your organization.
Remote desktop protocol or RDP has been used for years as a remote access solution, but the pandemic rush to work from home sent thousands of RDP users and RDP enabled machines outside the classic network perimeter. Is RDP dead?
Global research commissioned by Versa Networks examining the adoption of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) by businesses during the lockdown revealed that the adoption of SASE has skyrocketed during the pandemic.
Are you ready for hybrid work? Though the hybrid office will create great opportunities for employees and employers alike, it will create some cybersecurity challenges for security and IT operations. Here, Vishal Jain, Co-Founder and CTO at Valtix, a Santa Clara, Calif.-based provider of cloud native network security services, speaks to Security magazine about the many ways to develop a sustainable cybersecurity program for the new hybrid workforce.
While the flexibility granted to remote workers is game changing, employers have new concerns about the security of a hybrid setup. COVID-19 vaccinations are now within reach for a majority of Americans, meaning enterprises need to re-examine the remote office model many were forced to adopt over the past year. Experts anticipate that a hybrid work model with an equal number of workers in office and remote to be the new model of choice.
If you’d like to learn how your enterprise can re-tool security strategies and ensure security for both remote and in-office employees, keep reading on for a conversation with cybersecurity expert Brent Johnson, CISO at Bluefin, on how leadership can address security challenges specific to a hybrid work model.
A global report from the International SOS Foundation and Affinity Health at Work, ‘Mental Health and the Remote Rotational Workforce’ provides in depth insight into the psychological impacts of this unique mode of working. The new study provides evidence of the high level of suicidal thoughts, clinical depression, impacts on physical health (such as diet) and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on this workforce.
One of many consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic is an increase in cybersecurity risks and in the complexity of implementing effective security to protect organizational information and computing infrastructure. As with pre-COVID security threats, well-proven cybersecurity strategies based on user and device authentication remain effective, and they now are more important than ever.
What are the consequences to the organization, to the cities they reside in, to workplace efficiency and, of course, to the evolving security landscape? The answers are unknown, but the opportunities are plentiful.