Securing a Remote Workforce: How to Get Started

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James Carder, Andrew Hollister, and Brian Emond (LogRhythm)

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In light of COVID-19, we’ve seen businesses across industries implement remote work policies. This brings about new security concerns, many of which either weren’t considered or prioritized beforehand. During this webinar LogRhythm experts including James Carder, CSO and VP of LogRhythm Labs, reviewed best practices for securing a remote workforce and what to expect when your employees make this kind of shift, whether it needs to happen now or in the future. Specific topics included: - Getting started with log collection for remote systems - Priority use cases you should employ, such as monitoring VPN access and collaboration security - The types and levels of activity you should expect to see on your network, depending on your industry We also discussed the impacts we’ve seen from the rush to support remote work due to COVID-19. These reveal lessons that others can implement now or work into a future plan to support a rise in remote workers.
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