Remote Workstations and Network Security
Businesses large and small are finding ways to reduce office expenses by utilizing shared in-office work spaces and at-home workstations.
Be sure your remote workstations are properly secured and protected from cyber attacks. Cybercriminals are extremely active in this space and business owners are learning this the hard way, too late. We have resources to help you.
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Cyberattack and Remote Workstations
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Securing Remote Workstations
Cyberattack. There’s a lot at risk. Your company. Your clients. Your reputation.
Remote workstations require specific security and work-from-anywhere protocols. Be aware that most home networks are not secured.
We care about your security and know that money is tight. We’ve put together a free business guide, “8 Security Threats for Remote Workstations,” that covers some of the most vulnerable areas so that you can tighten the security of your own network.
8 Security Threats for Remote Workstations–and How You Can Mitigate Your Risks
Windows Virtual Desktop
The immediate concern for any remote workstation is network security.
Microsoft Azure Windows Virtual Desktop
Windows Virtual Desktop is accessible with any device and from any location,. It provides comprehensive security to the corporate network and is optimized for Microsoft 365 applications.
Get a free consultation and decide if Microsoft Azure is the right solution for you.
Barry E., Vice President of Business Operations. Barry works for a large company providing credit card processing services to businesses. He discusses the need for immediate remote workstations and the solution that East Atlantic Security provided.
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