Remote PC access is an invaluable tool dedicated to maintaining business continuity and productivity. It has changed how modern businesses work and function. However, opening your network to remote users can sometimes compromise its own security and protection. It can invite a potential security breach that can disrupt the overall security of your business. Here are some of the top security concerns of allowing remote access to your organization:
Unencrypted Data - Some remote access tools don’t necessarily use strong encryption methods for any remote session made on a specific network. This can invite third-party recordings of any confidential and sensitive interaction made between the remote and local devices.
Flawed Endpoint Devices - Allowing remote access to your business means allowing your employees to use their personal devices to connect to your own corporate network. The problem with this is that each employee-owned endpoints have their fair share of security flaws and issues. This can put your company’s security at risk as these devices can send malware, viruses, and worms to your corporate network.
Lack of Strict Guidelines - The thing with most businesses nowadays is that they tend to forget creating an effective remote access policy. Organizations that don’t have strict guidelines when it comes to using remote PC access can put their own security at risk. This only means that all confidential files and data aren’t heavily guarded against unwanted access and control.
ITarian Remote Access
Investing in an effective remote access tool can be your first line of defense against the security risks brought by remote access. ITarian Remote Access is one of the newest yet one of the most secure remote access solutions out there. It uses solid encryption technologies to ensure that all session made on your network isn’t leaked or exposed. Some of ITarian’s key features are as follows:
Secure Remote Access
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- Released: 03/21/2019
- Updated: 03/25/2019