With remote network access bringing new cybersecurity risks and expanding attack surfaces, it is time to rethink our network security models to accommodate an increasingly distributed workforce. The latest cybersecurity frameworks such as Zero Trust are able to handle a greater number of workers remotely accessing the company network without hampering productivity.
Secure Remote Connectivity With a Zero Trust Model
The need for remote access to company networks is growing and will continue to expand. However, as the number of remote and BYO devices rise, the more exposed company assets become, and the chances for a costly security breach may dramatically increase.
However, there are new ways to protect mission-critical assets and sensitive data by minimizing attack surfaces while enabling remote access to all employees who need it.
Such security frameworks include the Zero Trust model, which ensures continued availability while defending against disruptions. Zero Trust means that every endpoint and every action performed on the network must be authenticated, authorized, and encrypted. At C2, we have experts at implementing zero trust security, multi-factor authentication, VPN tunnels, access control, and constant monitoring of all devices accessing your network while enabling the increased bandwidth to support a remote team.