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The Challenge of Managed vs. Un-Managed Devices in Remote Work

December 21, 2020
By Brandon Lee

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a paradigm shift in the way people work, go to school, and socialize.  Keying in on businesses, organizations have had many changes and adjustments to make this year that have affected business-continuity across the board.  Remote work has become the new normal of how employees carry out everyday tasks. The shift to remote work has exposed many...

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Filed Under: Security, Remote Work

Why Security Must Be Designed Into the Core of Your Digital Workspace

October 22, 2020
By Brandon Lee

There are several key concepts that are important for organizations to think through when transitioning to a digital workspace for enabling remote work. But regardless of what industry you're in, one of the most important elements to pay attention to when you're evaluating a digital workspace solution is security.  As hackers increasingly target remote workers as an entry point into corporate...

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Filed Under: Security, Remote Work, Working From Home, Digital Workspaces, Future of Work

Can You Really Deploy Cameyo in Minutes?

October 12, 2020
By Brandon Lee

When tasked with empowering remote workers with a solution that allows them to easily access the business applications they need for productivity, time is generally of the essence.  Earlier this year when the global pandemic hit, many businesses had to scramble to come up with a solution to allow remote access for employees quickly. 

However, when looking at properly designing and deploying...

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Filed Under: Cloud Application Delivery, Security, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, Digital Workspaces, SaaS

Reducing the Attack Surface for Remote Workers

October 07, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

With the majority of the world's workforce shifting to remote work over the past 7 months, organizations are finding that their attack surface has grown significantly. Recently a spate of reports have come out identifying a massive spike in attacks targeted at remote workers, including: 

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Filed Under: Security, Remote Work, VPN, Working From Home, Product

Why It's Time to Move Beyond VPNs for Secure Remote Work

September 08, 2020
By Brandon Lee

Since the beginning of this year, organizations have been under increased pressure to provide quick and effective ways to allow employees to effectively shift from working in the office to working at home.  Many organizations had to scramble to provision infrastructure and technologies that allow employees to remotely connect to business-critical resources. 

While some businesses may have...

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Filed Under: Best Practices, Security, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, VPN

Protecting Against the Spike in Remote Work-Focused Ransomware

August 25, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

A recent post from Catalin Cimpanu (@campuscodi) at ZDnet cites two separate reports - both of which highlight the fact that ransomware attacks are at an all-time high as ransomware groups target remote workers. 

According to two recent reports in recent weeks from Coveware and Emisoft, even though there have been highly-public attacks targeting unpatched Citrix servers and Pulse Secure VPN...

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Filed Under: RDP Issues, Virtual Desktops, Security, Citrix, VPN

Is It Time to Re-Evaluate the Security of Your Remote Work Solutions?

August 06, 2020
By Brandon Lee

Your organization, like many, has no doubt undergone a tremendous change in the way employees carry out their daily tasks since the beginning of the year.  As the shift for the majority has been to a remote workforce, organizations have had to adapt to the needs at hand due to COVID-19.

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Filed Under: Application Virtualization, Virtual Desktops, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Security, Virtual Application Delivery

6 Best Practices for Securing Remote Work

July 22, 2020
By Brandon Lee

There is no question about it, the past few months have certainly made organizations rethink the layout of their workforce.  At the first of the year, no one could have seen a global pandemic coming.  However, business had to react to the situation at hand, quickly and decisively.  

Due to the suddenness of how the global pandemic has unfolded since the beginning of the year, many...

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Filed Under: Virtual Desktops, Security, Remote Work, Working From Home, Digital Workspaces

FBI Warns Hackers Are Targeting Schools via RDP Vulnerabilities

June 29, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

Last week the FBI sent out a Private Industry Notification (PIN) alert to all K-12 schools warning them that "cyber actors are likely to increase targeting of K-12 schools during the COVID-19 pandemic because they represent an opportunistic target as more of these institutions transition to distance learning." (via ZDnet)

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Filed Under: RDP Issues, Security, Virtual Application Delivery, Remote Work, Distance Learning

7 Million Reasons Why RDP Security is Still a Big Concern

February 20, 2020
By Robb Henshaw

Back in September we released two security solutions focused specifically on one of the key vulnerabilities that lead to ransomware and brute-force attacks - and that vulnerability is RDP. In 2019 ransomware and brute-force attacks increased by 118% according to the McAfee Labs Threat Report - and much of that access was gained by brute-force attacks to open and exposed remote access points...

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Filed Under: Legacy Applications, Best Practices, legacy application, Digital Transformation, Cloud Shift, Virtual Desktops, VDI, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Security