Protect your Network when you have Remote Workers

Software Updates

Ensure software remains updated when updates are released. Don't allow your computer to become vulnerable, carry out necessary updates.

Use Antivirus software, Anti-malware and Firewalls

Educate your staff on Cyber Security

Create clear security guidelines 

Invest in cybersecurity awareness training


Passwords need to be strong

Invest in password manager - keeps passwords remaining strong

 Cloud Storage

Protect your business files and ensure easy recovery if something happened to your device when you use cloud storage that has a firewall.

Video Conferencing Attacks

* Use secure software to prevent unauthorised meeting entry

* Give unique ID and password to participants

* Ensure software has end-to-end encryption and remains up-to-date

* Invest in a webcam cover

Home Wi-Fi

* Your router login and password must be strong

* Check firmware is installed and up-to-date

* Use WPA3 or WPA2 security standard

* Review any attached devices

Use a virtual private network (VPN)


Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)

Use Encryption Software

Encryption software encodes information so only those with permission can access it. Encrypt data in emails and encrypt your device in the case of theft.

Manage Endpoint Security

Managed endpoint security puts a process in place to authenticate and monitor access to your network through your devices (desktops,laptops and mobiles.) 

Backups and Remote Wipe

* Ensure your back-ups include remote workers and how they are operating 

* Decide on frequency of back-ups - most opt for several times a day, others, opt for 30 minute increments 

* Remote wipe devices that are stolen

Home Security

Lock windows, lock the laptop when away from the desk and ensure laptops are not left in a car!

Get in touch to discuss your options to ensure your workers and business are kept safe from risk of attacks!