The scares of Halloween came very early this year in the form of COVID-19. Although organizations were eventually happy to keep their business operations running remotely, the shift was not that easy for IT teams. IT teams were tasked with the responsibilities of supporting the entire workforce with all the tools and devices they need.
Endpoints out in the wild
The endpoints that were once under the direct scrutiny of corporate networks are now out there in multiple, unprotected domestic networks. Many organizations are thinking about making work from home a permanent mode of work as they saw positive outcomes and a promising future.
All the signals point to one thing – IT teams need to figure out a permanent way to keep their endpoints secure during remote work. They need to be aware of how hackers break into the perimeter and take necessary measures to prevent them.
Tips to keep your endpoints secure
To help organizations secure their remote endpoints, we put together an eBook on:
“10 Tips to Ward Off Endpoint Security Nightmares this Halloween”