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T-Mobile for Business BrandVoice: Remote Work Security: How To Minimize The Risk Of Online Employee Access
As we manage the impact of a more mobile work environment due to the pandemic, the importance of handling our day-to-day business online both safely and securely has become more critical. The reality is the convenience of cloud-based access to applications and services is unmatched in allowing employees to work effectively wherever they are using a variety of smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
But with convenience comes risk. And given that mobile devices account for more than 50% of internet usage these days,1 how confident are you that your data is secure?
Whether your employees are using cloud-based applications for remote work or relying on them in branch locations, they may now be operating outside the safe perimeter of the corporate security umbrella. That could expose them—and your company—to potentially cataclysmic cyberthreats.
Here’s what happens:
Bottom line, if your people are accessing the web and cloud-based apps from anywhere other than your corporate network, they are not secure and that makes them easy targets for hackers. And once a hacker has broken into your employee’s device, they can easily gain access through that device to company data when your employee connects to the corporate network. It’s that simple.
Even the most security-conscious organization can be challenged with the constant activity of employees who move in and out of the internet from different locations from different devices through the course of a workday. With the explosion of mobile work, it’s time to take a look at proactive threat management.
Cloud access security: Using the cloud to protect the cloud
The traditional approach to business security has been to put security protocols in place at each of a company’s internet gateways, which is only effective if the access points are limited and controllable, such as within a single office building or headquarters site. When employees are on the move or working remotely, internet access can come from other sources. When this happens, and it will, it makes sense to use a cloud-based security solution provided by your business. Here’s why.
Securing branch offices with physical premise-based equipment requires costly hardware purchases and maintenance for each location. However, in a remote work environment, traffic could be bypassing the traditional security coverage—and trying to deploy and manage the necessary security appliances can be complex, expensive, and overwhelming.
Even if a company can pull that off, the backhauling (routing traffic through on-premises networks) involved can slow down and hinder online employee access. That drives frustrated but well-meaning users to circumvent the obstacles to get the job done, which means they’ll go outside the security protections and create risks. Cloud security can provide a faster user experience by routing internet traffic locally, avoiding latency of backhauling to corporate networks.
With a cloud-based security option, the security engine resides in the cloud, not at your office, and can monitor every bit and byte of traffic instantly as it moves in and out of the internet. That enables a streamlined and centralized security model, free of security hardware investments and the need to keep that hardware updated and maintained. In addition, cloud security can provide faster threat detection and response by instantly checking traffic at the cloud and propagating alerts everywhere when a threat is detected anywhere.
In addition, with a solution that enables a company to manage add, delete and change users and specific services as its needs change, and set its own customized security policies from a single portal, the right business cloud security system can easily streamline processes.
Protect your business and your users no matter how they access the internet
A secure, cloud-based web solution can help you ensure that your online employees aren’t giving bad actors access to your data while accessing the web, wherever they work. When researching options in this area, make sure to look for the following to ensure you are keeping the good and blocking the bad:
By using a cloud-based security solution, you can ensure immediate threat response from wherever your employees access the internet as soon as a threat is detected—providing uniform and consistent security and policy controls, regardless of where a user connects.
With the expansion of the mobile workforce, using a cloud-based, secure web solution can help give your business the protection you need against the cyber sharks out there circling your network as they wait for an opportunity to swim in and gobble up your data.
For more information on secure web solutions that can help you protect your valuable data and reduce the costs and management headaches of premise-based security equipment, give the T-Mobile for Business experts a call at 877-754-6367. No cookie cutter solutions here. They will be happy to assess your situation to help you find the best solution for your specific business needs.
1. StatCounter. (November 1, 2020). Percentage of mobile device website traffic worldwide from 1st quarter 2015 to 3rd quarter 2020.
Author: T-Mobile Contributor