A Hackers Dream: Unmanaged Privileges

In times of crisis, good security practices are often the first thing to go. Organizations are being forced to revisit their “temporary” remote working policies and tools. An expanding remote workforce can increase your security risk, especially if your IT and Support employees use non-secure remote access tools as temporary measures. Are temporary remote access tools making your organization vulnerable to cyber-attacks?

In this session you will learn:

  • Risks and security considerations related to an extended remote workforce
  • Vulnerabilities posed by remote working tools, such as BYOD and free Shadow IT solutions
  • Practical guide on how to quickly implement and scale strong security protocols to enable long-term remote work

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