Preventing Network Vulnerability While Working From Home

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In the spring of 2020, seemingly overnight, much of the global workforce transitioned to working from home.

In order to curtail the spread of the novel coronavirus, businesses made this harsh and abrupt conversion. But with this new way of doing work also comes a host of new security challenges.

As employees dial in to work from home and access company data from their personal computers, phishing attacks abound. So how can businesses and corporations keep their sensitive data safe?

Guest Jayanth Gummaraju, Founder and CEO of Banayan Security, explains how businesses can adapt. He expounds upon how to improve already-in-place remote work networks while pointing out new vulnerabilities to look out for, like accessing data in the cloud.

Though VPNs have helped make this abrupt transition to a remote workforce, they won’t fly in the long run, Gummaraju said.

The Banayan Security CEO explains how third parties, like Banyan Security, can prevent network overwhelm and data breaches with a secure and scalable remote-access platform.

Find out more at www.banyansecurity.io

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