Securing Long-Term Teleworking
Event submitted on Wednesday, May 5th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Zero Trust is a security philosophy based on the idea that organizations do not trust anyone within or outside their perimeters and should instead check anyone attempting to link to their networks before granting entry. The old castle-and-moat mentality, which had organizations focusing on protecting their perimeters while assuming anything beyond didn’t pose a threat and was thus cleared for entry, has been replaced by the Zero Trust Model of information security. The castle-and-moat strategy, according to security and technology analysts, isn’t working. They point to the fact that some of the most heinous data breaches occurred when hackers were able to travel freely through internal networks until they obtained entry behind corporate firewalls. If you work with PII or any form or privacy in France or Europe then we’d highly recommend this conference.
Conference Event Summary
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Join us on Thursday, May 6, 2021, from 11 am for the second session of our cycle of cyber webinars: “Securing the teleworking which is perpetuated”.
While teleworking has become established and institutionalized in business practices since the first confinement, many organizations have not yet implemented their long-term teleworking strategy, which must combine ergonomics and security of remote access in the full situation.
Remote access to resources and applications internal to the organization is not limited to only company employees but also to a set of third parties (third-party maintainers, partners, service providers, etc.). Potential sources of risks for the security of the information system, these remote accesses must be secured via a solution controlled by the organization. The challenge for these organizations is therefore to secure all remote access (teleworkers and third parties) and if possible with a single solution.
During this webinar, you will discover how “zero trust” solutions protect against these risks. We will present to you, in particular, Systancia Workroom Session, a “zero trust” solution in public cloud service, which makes it possible to:
- Secure the access of teleworking employees, whether they use a personal or professional workstation, via secure access from a simple Internet browser.
- Guarantee teleworkers the same user experience and the same performance as when they are in the office.
- Strengthen the security of these accesses through multi-factor authentication without compromising ease of access and user experience.
- Apply the principle of least privilege to all remote access by collaborators or external contributors.