Join RESULTS Technology for a Small Business Webinar as we present Cyber Security for businesses with remote employees. We will discuss why a secure remote connection is important, the types of remote connections, safety requirements for remote connections and the risk levels associated with each.
The pandemic has forced many of us to implement work from home procedures. But what are the risks associated with permitting network access from outside of the secure perimeter of your company's internal network? To keep your business safe, make sure you have at least the minimum security measures in place.
For years, examiners have pressed banks to incorporate pandemics in their GLBA risk assessment and provide appropriate planning to address a possible pandemic. Until this year, that risk seemed remote. It was difficult to imagine just how strongly a pandemic could affect not only the bank, but the entire community, region, nation, and world.
All banks are required to assess the risk of a pandemic to their business and have a plan to address providing continued service during such an event. Does your plan include a contingency to allow some employees to work from home? Remote working is becoming easier than ever and is a smart way to prevent the spread of illnesses.
By Mike Gilmore, RESULTS Chief Compliance Officer
Does your business have a contingency plan in case a large number of employees need to work from home? Remote working is becoming easier than ever and is a smart way to prevent the spread of germs.
Managing applications on-premise is expensive and inefficient. Today’s workforce is now more mobile than ever before, which is why businesses are investing in remote access solutions so their employees can access applications and documents whenever and wherever. Amazon AppStream 2.0 is one such solution, and here’s why it’s worth looking into. What is it? Initially […]