We have modelled our remote work readiness quiz on 5 key areas that are crucial to effectively manage a remote workforce.
Endpoint security is vital for companies that employ a remote workforce. It protects endpoints from being struck by common threats and vulnerabilities, and ensures proactive remediation.
IT troubleshooting looks very different for a remote workforce. Which is why remote monitoring has now become a staple tool for companies. It helps collect information, ensure seamless troubleshooting, and saves countless IT hours.
In the wake of breaches involving phishing and malware, identity and access management helps companies maintain identities and manage access privileges to sensitive resources. It ensures minimal time is wasted for authentication.
BYOD policies are rapidly gaining popularity among remote workforces. However, they are the weakest link in your network. Which is why securing them against threats is crucial to be truly remote work ready.
A strong auditing and reporting tool reviews the compliance of remote endpoints, notifies IT when they are in non-compliance, and helps perform corrective actions on them.
Companies at the inception stage must put in a lot of effort to improve their remote workforce's overall security posture. Without a proper strategy, the door is wide open for an attacker to walk in and breach.
At the developing stage, your company is equipped with just enough tools to support a remote environment. You still lack many of the tools required to fully protect your remote workforce.
At the expanding stage, your company is outfitted with many of the tools required to secure and maintain a remote workforce. However, further improvements may still be possible in specific areas of security.
At the flourishing stage, your company is outfitted with almost all of the tools necessary to secure and maintain a remote workforce.