Secure Hybrid and Remote Workplaces
The hybrid model workspace is becoming more common in modern business operations, introducing new dynamics for organizations of all sizes. As companies adopt it, security professionals and employees face new opportunities and challenges. Managed service providers (MSPs) are not an exception and must protect clients while delivering greater flexibility without compromising security.
Layered Security Wherever You Need It
No single solution can guarantee complete protection against cyberattacks. Cybersecurity experts recommend layering multiple security techniques to safeguard environments, devices, and users. This reduces gaps and vulnerabilities between each layer, making it more difficult for hackers to carry out their malicious activities.
Network security serves as the first defense mechanism against cyber threats by preventing potential compromise of critical systems from external attacks.
Devices represent individual points of access to the network. Endpoint security adds an extra layer of protection against advanced threats that bypass network defenses.
Robust identity and access management minimizes the risk of unauthorized access, even if endpoint security or the network is compromised.
Extend Protection Anywhere
Modernize security services with layered protection. Safeguard networks, endpoints, and employees against remote work threats.
Cybersecurity for Modern Work Models
Hybrid work models empower employees to balance remote and in-office working arrangements, choosing where and when they work. Such a significant change requires you to protect hybrid workplaces from cyberattacks with a modern security stack.
Secure All Attack Entry Points
Most security breaches target devices and users, requiring a solid defense at the endpoint layer. Automatically detect anomalous behaviors before they affect the network or unmask malware if it is already inside to apply an effective response action. WatchGuard EPDR uses AI-driven monitoring to distinguish trusted from malicious processes, stopping cyber threats and preventing remote access nightmares.
Verify Users With Confidence
Ransomware attacks often originate from stolen user credentials. Identity security solutions, such as multi-factor authentication (MFA), offer an added layer of security, safeguarding networks and sensitive business accounts from potential breaches, mitigating the risks associated with widespread workforce credentials-based attacks.
Enable Secure Access From Anywhere
Phishing and malware represent some of the most serious threats in today’s cybersecurity landscape, and employees are more vulnerable when they are outside your secure perimeter. Proactively identify DNS requests bound for malicious content, and monitor and correlate traffic against intelligence feeds to stop risky clicks from becoming major security incidents.