Seven strategies to securely enable remote workers

Sustain business operations during a crisis by following these strategies

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Is your organisation ready to securely support a wide range of remote workers in the wake of a global pandemic? Given the uncertainty a widespread health crisis can bring, infectious disease specialists at the CDC and elsewhere have advised organisations to prepare for the possibility of social distancing and extended period quarantines as part of their business continuity and disaster recovery planning.

For businesses and other organisations, this preparedness should include leveraging a Zero Trust security architecture and the right tools to ensure workers can securely access company systems, data, and productivity suites with minimal disruption to workflows.

This whitepaper provides insights on key areas of focus and advice for organisations when considering the best solution options to support a secure remote-only workforce.

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