COVID-19 has changed the way we work. And it will most likely stay that way for a long time to come.
As your employees work from home, they still need to collaborate and share data – but without the benefits of the strong perimeter security, you have in the office. Public cloud-based tools make collaboration really simple and in WFH scenarios, employees may be tempted to simply use one of the ‘free’ tools to get their jobs done. But when collaboration takes precedence over security, it is business data that stands exposed to threats like ransomware, social engineering and other attacks. Per Gartner, as much as 21% of documents uploaded to file-sharing services contain company sensitive or confidential data. When you have employees working from home, it is even more critical than ever that you do not let your guard down around security.
In this webinar we talk about the right ways to safeguard that data. Can email attachments be trusted? Public cloud file transfer services? The SecureFTP server in your office is probably not easily reachable when your employees are home. So, how does one navigate a situation like this? What kind of encryption is right? And is encryption alone enough? How do you ensure large file transfers get done safely and quickly? We answer these questions and more.