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It's time to rethink the security architecture of the home office.

In 2020, Ransomware attacks grew by 62%, according to SonicWall's 2021 Cyber Threat Report. The Colonial pipeline has been the most notorious case, considering its impact. ๐Ÿ“ˆ

It also exemplifies many reasons why ransomware attacks have increased and how attackers have sophisticated their methods.๐Ÿช›โ˜ ๏ธ

The working-from-home phenomena have created the perfect environment for ransomware attackers: ๐Ÿ›‹

โœ… SOC's don't have visibility of remote worker's context

โœ… The attack surface has increased in ways that it is harder for security teams to identify, monitor and control

โœ… Social phishing on personal devices used at home is out of the reach of corporate tools and monitoring

โœ… VPN's protect the transmission media but have no control over the context from where the device is connected, and It can't stop lateral movement

With a significant number of jobs going to become permanently home-based, analysts say it's time to rethink the security architecture of the home office. ๐Ÿค“

Now that technology permits zero-touch deployment and operation, have you considered putting firewalls at home to have the same level of security and visibility over all your workforce? ๐Ÿ›ก

Is your attack surface protection covering 100% of your known and unknown assets and fully automated? ๐Ÿค”

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