Gear up! The ITOM Podcast is back with an all new episode intended to help you surmount all your remote work challenges in an IT environment. In the last episode, we discussed VPN monitoring in detail, the challenges encountered while monitoring VPNs, and the key metrics to track to overcome those challenges. This week, we will deep dive into endpoint security and BYOD policies.
Businesses around the globe have transitioned into remote work, as it’s their best bet to survive the status quo. Remote work offers a chance for organizations to maintain their operational continuity, but not all businesses have the resources they need to execute this at scale. To work around this roadblock, businesses have started rolling out BYOD policies to enable their employees to access corporate networks using their personal IT assets.
Considering how remote work can jeopardize a corporate network’s security, BYOD policies only add fuel to the fire, as they open a new avenue for malicious actors to break into corporate networks. Factoring in the gravity of this situation, this week’s episode is dedicated to helping you learn how to fortify your remote assets while incorporating BYOD policies.
A multi-pronged strategy to defend your remote assets
In episode 4, our subject matter expert, Cyril Emmanuel, will be shedding light on some of the key areas enterprises need to keep tabs on to ensure security. You will also be taken through the steps you need to take to ensure cybersecurity.
To put this into perspective, Cyril will be shedding light on:
The need to analyze failed VPN logins
Firewall security log analysis
Network behavior analysis
The importance of setting alert thresholds for security events
User activity monitoring and forensic log analysis
Cyril will also be expanding on the key factors that IT leaders need to be aware of in the post-pandemic era with respect to IT security.
So, what are you waiting for? Listen and subscribe to our weekly podcast series to learn how to safeguard your remote assets while executing BYOD policies and to receive instant notifications about new episodes. If you have any questions, reach out to us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you.