"To set up two-factor authentication is one of the best practices suggested to clients"
To keep customers safe: Technology is the great enabler allowing large numbers of people to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic and also in the coming future it is enabling a work-from-anywhere environment. Although working from home permits a business to keep working, it brings huge security risks, setting a more prominent need to keep up compliance with significant data security necessities.
Organizations need to guarantee that their information is protected and resilient outside the security of the work environment. We always suggest our customers maintain the security of company data, as it is the responsibility of both the organization and their employees to maintain appropriate security. The best practices we suggest to our clients is to set up two-factor authentication, preconfigure work-from-home arrangements, regularly back up data, control access to VPNs, if possible, use of company laptop for remote work, and educating the organization on phishing scams.
On educating customers: Remote working today has become a norm for enterprises to manage remote teams and for individuals to work as a full-time remote employee. The foremost task we recommend to our customers is planning with each functional team through collaboration tools and solving any issues they face. With efficient communication, clients can support their team’s productivity, creativity, and build better security practices. We act as security advisors for our customers guiding strategy, processes, and technologies to better protect the organization.
Moving ahead we help building guidelines on how to handle private data, clarifying their accountability, and full transparency on how the data is handled. By collaboration with vendors and OEMs, we are ensuring that all devices implemented with the client are secured by design, which doesn’t compromise personal privacy and security.
Safeguarding the customers and employees: In the current business environment, the cumulative depth and volume of private and corporate data has made it a rewarding target for cyber crooks and sabotages. The increase in remote work demands improvement in the cybersecurity infrastructure and assesses what people will need to work safely and be able to securely sign-in to corporate systems.
After evaluating the data security scenario in 2021 for data security, we identified initiatives across these security verticals are essential such as security operations, cyber risk & cyber intelligence, data loss & fraud prevention, security architecture, identity & access management, program management, investigations, and Governance policies. We have taken instant steps in curbing these vulnerabilities and to evaluate & rethink how to oversee the business and protect the assets and data both for our organization and clients.
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