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Make sure you protect and secure your remote working environment.

There is a consensus that the transition to a more working from home model is going to stay after COVID-19. ūüõč

The cybersecurity community has made a lot of work to provide a secure framework for remote working, as is illustrated by Peter Wayner in CSO where he highlights 6 top technologies ūü§ď

ūüõ° TLS certificates will encrypt remote connections to sites. Make sure you use TLS 1.3

ūüõ° Zero Trust solutions will grant remote users access only to those resources and services they are authorized to inside the network.

ūüõ° SASE or Secure Service Edge, a security cloud based service that acts as the gatekeeper of all the user accesses.

ūüõ° Cloud Storage and Data Loss Prevention, Keeping all sensitive data in a secure cloud, and controlling no sensible data is not extracted out of it.

ūüõ° MFA multifactor authentication, or 2FA. Adding additional authentication factors to the vulnerable user + password credentials.

ūüõ° Identity and Access Management, providing robust mechanisms to verify every user.

Most cybersecurity vendors offer these solutions.

You can start with a security audit, to understand which ones you need. ūüĒć

When did you perform your last security audit? ūü§Ē


CSO article: https://www.csoonline.com/article/3603474/6-top-security-technologies-to-protect-remote-workers.html

LinkedIn post and comments: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/juanjomartinezpagan_securityaudits-workingfromhome-cybersecurity-activity-6765161475469271040-DhQ-

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