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Security Concerns Limit Remote Work Opportunities
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REISEN1955
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REISEN1955,
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1/17/2019 | 12:35:37 PM
Re: Security Concerns
The problem is that you have to have uses who use corporate security tools as provided - Cisco VPN for example.  They hate it and generally prefer straight internet in a hotel, exposing their asset to any number of infections then wonder why IT security is mad at them.  
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1/11/2019 | 5:35:28 AM
Re: Security Concerns
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RyanSepe
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1/10/2019 | 9:28:41 AM
Security Concerns
Policy in many cases is what will give the security program teeth within the enterprise. In lieu of this, if a corporate asset is provided to work remotely it can cut down on the threat landscape greatly. By utilizing a laptop with the corporate security safeguards deployed you can ensure that the endpoint is encrypted, protected from next gen threats, and that it is up to date with patching. As always there isn't a silver bullet but this will cut down the threatscape greatly.


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