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How to Protect Your Business During an Outbreak

March 23, 2020

SONICWALL

How to Protect Your Business During an Outbreak

The best practices for businesses in the challenging or unforeseen circumstances

Expand your remote workforce, securely

Many organizations don’t have enough virtual private network (VPN) licenses to accommodate the increase of users, risking that employees will be lacking the access to business resources or will do them via non-secure connection while working remotely.

Therefore, security-conscious organizations should have scalable secure mobile or remote access solution in place (e.g., VPN) that can accommodate an influx of users (and the respective license requirements).

Review your business continuity plan

Organizations, SMBs and enterprises are encouraged to review their business continuity plans on a yearly basis. This should account for everything for communication channels, leadership, infrastructure, technology and more. Reference SonicWall’s ‘5 Core Practices to Ensure Business Continuity’ as a helpful primer.

Defend against fear-based cyberattacks

Cybercriminals know how to successfully capitalize on trends, fears and human behavior. Organizations should ensure they have strong secure email security in place to mitigate aggressive phishing attacks.

In cases where phishing links are clicked by employees, staff, partners and contractors, cloud application security, Office 365 security and advanced endpoint protection solutions are required to mitigate malware from compromising networks or stealing credentials.

Protect your many endpoints

Organizations need to be prepared for an influx of attacks impacting endpoints. A single employee working remotely could click a phishing link that could lock data via ransomware, steal credentials or gain access to the corporate network.

A sound security strategy for remote workforces always includes proactive endpoint protection (or next-generation antivirus) that mitigates attacks before, during and after they execute. More advanced approaches include automated rollback to return infected Windows PCs to a previously clean state.

Work-from-Home VPN Solutions for Remote Workforces

To help organizations cost-effectively implement VPN technology for their rapidly expanding work-from-home employees, SonicWall is making its remote access products and services available to both new and existing customers via deeply discounted rates. We’re also bundling critical security solutions for new enterprise and SMB customers.

To get more information contact vad@asbis.com

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