How to Manage Ransomware Attacks Against Your Remote Workforce
Your organization may be adjusting to the new normal of working from home, but threat actors are always poised to identify new security vulnerabilities and take advantage of the vulnerabilities that remote work environments are particularly susceptible to. Whether or not your increased workforce is temporary, it’s critical to take precautions and have the right safeguards in place any time remote work is utilized.
Find out how to protect your organization by detecting ransomware, and other malicious activity coming from an increase in using personal devices for work, accessing the network over an insecure connection, targeted phishing attempts and unencrypted communication of sensitive information.
Learn the potential security pitfalls of a remote workforce and how you can:
- Protect your organization by detecting ransomware
- Eliminate alert fatigue by only sending serious alerts to your staff
- Shorten the dwell time of infections to reduce risk
What other challenges are remote workforces facing?
Telework can create many new security weaknesses for an IT environment. Find out what makes these new network connections so vulnerable, and how you can reduce your risk in our blog, Four Network Security Challenges for Organizations with a Remote Workforce.