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Supporting remote working companies

We’re offering free subscriptions and cybersecurity consultancy to support companies affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Our world is facing a new challenge as we see the spread of COVID-19 everywhere.

Every business is indeed affected but the small companies are the ones that are suffering from the negative effects the most.

With everyone working remotely these days, cyber-attacks are increasing due to the lack of endpoint security in remote locations.

We’re here for you

We decided to support companies who need to secure their remote working teams while maintaining usability at the same time.

You may benefit from the guides on how to create a secure remote network and take other precautions by yourself or just apply for our support program to get free subscriptions and cybersecurity consultancy.

Best practices to secure your remote working teams

  1. Set up an open-source VPN server

When you are working remotely you have to make sure your team can access company resources in a secure fashion. Virtual Private Networks (VPN) can bu used to mask your location by routing the data you send and receive throw a secure virtual tunnel between your computer and the VPN server.

  1. Enable two-factor authentication

Two-factor Authentication (2FA) more generally known as multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an additional layer of security for your business. It helps by adding a second authentication layer on top the standard password approach.

  1. Enforce a complex password policy

While it’s hard to maintain healthy password security, not having it can be enormously expensive. Recent studies show that individuals are reusing passwords everywhere.

You may have a security system that protects your employees on your in-house network infrastructure. However the same protection is may not extend to the workers while they are working remotely.

It’s better that you inform your employees to update their passwords and optionally use a password manager to help them maintain strong security.

Don’t forget about productivity

The most important subject when it comes to remote teams is productivity. If you are managing a large or small remote team, it can be a huge problem to track and divide tasks efficiently. In order to increase team productivity in these times we suggest the use of the tools listed for managing tasks and deadlines.

You can learn about some useful tools from this article “Tools for remote teams”