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by Kevin Lancaster

Adding Better Remote Work Security Now Stops Problems Like a Data Breach Later.

As many places start to reopen post-pandemic, some companies have decided that remote work is here to stay. Both Google and Facebook have decided that most of their workforce never needs to come back to the office, and other companies are following suit. If you’re considering it too, it’s critical that you include extended remote work security in your calculations.

Your security solutions need to be up to the challenge of long-term support for remote workers. Watch 10-minute tech demos of our solutions to see how you can strengthen your security quickly and secure your fulltime remote workforce.  By adding these tools to your arsenal, you can be confident that your cybersecurity is remote work ready for the long haul. 

Get our free Remote Working Cybersecurity package including the eBook “6 Risks to Mitigate to Quickly Secure a Remote Workforce” now! 

Upgrade your phishing training – Phishing attacks have jumped by over 600% since the start of the pandemic, and remote workers are more likely to fall for them. Mitigate that risk by improving your phishing training and testing with BullPhish ID. Not only do the video lessons make it perfect for training remote workers, but it also features over 80 phishing kits including COVID-19 scams, with material in 8 languages.   

Don’t go over budget – In a challenging economy, no one wants to lay out substantial money for IT or anything else! ID Agent’s comprehensive digital risk protection platform is budget friendly. Our award-winning solutions can make a big impact that improves your cybersecurity without a big hit to your budget. Plus, it’s hard to put a price on the added security, actionable intelligence, and peace of mind that Dark Web monitoring adds for your business. 

Get quality Dark Web monitoring – Why do you need it? Forewarned is forearmed. Thousands of passwords and other sensitive data are available right now. When you add Dark Web monitoring with Dark Web ID to your strategy, you can find out if your company’s login information is already compromised and address it. Most importantly, you’ll be informed if your company’s passwords or data hit Dark Web markets so that you can be ready for possible attacks. 

Go inside the Dark Web with experts to tour Dark Web markets and see what really happens – plus get a free slide deck of Dark Web screenshots.  

A remote workforce brings added cybersecurity challenges to the table, but with the right tools and training in place, you can be ready to face them. As we’ve discovered during the pandemic, companies need to be able to function remotely these days. We’re here to help you be ready.

Contact ID Agent today for an assessment of your remote workforce security gaps and how we can help fill them.  

 

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