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1/30/2020
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Sam Bocetta, Network Computing: Special to Dark Reading
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How To Keep Your Privacy and Data Secure While Working With a Remote Team

Implementing basic strategies can ensure your remote team's work will be secure, data will be protected, and you'll be far less exposed to security risks.

Working with a remote team comes with a laundry list of unique challenges and problems. Perhaps chief among these is ensuring that your data and information is kept secure.

Remote teams can now be stretched across the globe, operating out of different time zones, and often balancing their work with the unique lifestyle that often comes with remote work. In order to get their jobs done, they will require access to whatever accounts, documents, or data that will help them to work whenever they are able to. Even though there have been incredible advances in technology that make this a lot easier to manage, there are also incredible security risks that come with it.

With employees connecting to your business from different locations, the risk of a bad agent gaining access to your business, stealing information, and potentially planting malware is all too real. In many cases, it takes little more than an unsecured network to kick start this process.

To prevent this from happening to your business, here are some key steps you can take to keep your data secure while managing a remote team.

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2/17/2020 | 3:48:19 PM
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Good article.. the only other practice I would add is to encrypt your data and tokenize sensistive data for further security.. especially if you are gong to be in a shared infrastructure on Cloud.
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