It is a strange new world for most businesses. More workers than ever are working remotely from home…across all industries, and products and solutions. Examples of the effects of this new reality are in the news daily.
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While businesses are scrambling to address the current crisis, and keep their communications and data safe, they should also be looking at the long-term effects of managing an online workforce that will be exposing their network security. Will there be a permanent paradigm shift? Even as some workers go back to reporting to offices and other work locations, will there still be a significant number who choose to work from home?
Networks and cloud infrastructures were already straining under increased cyber vulnerabilities and attacks.
(See NetAbstraction blogs: “Cloud Vulnerabilities” and“Network Vulnerabilities”.)
Best practices suggested in the recent past are still valid now:
Enterprises need to look beyond their current configurations and reactionary processes.
NetAbstraction is unique in that the company provides a proactive foundation for smart enterprise privacy. By transparently distributing network communications within and across multiple clouds, and regularly churning the underlying network infrastructure, NetAbstraction effectively hides your enterprise’s network.
The dynamic shifting of communications across multiple commercial providers and use of multi-hop transport, make actual user information, origin location and identities a nearly impossible target to find for hackers, search engine optimization companies and other privacy threats.
Enterprises must start thinking about their networks proactively instead of reactively, and consider reducing their “network risk insurance”costs.
NetAbstraction can help with network and cloud security options now and in the future with a Malware-Protected Browser for both remote and onsite workers, and a Wi-Fi Hotspot device for remote workers.
“If they can’t find you…they can’t attack you.”
Barbara is a recognized expert in information and telecommunications technology and operations, based on her extensive experience in the Intelligence Community (IC). She is a sought-after speaker and presenter in the cyber communications market.
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