It’s annoying, but certainly comforting when your credit card company calls to confirm you are actually in Madrid and not home in Milwaukee, or when they suspend your credit card because someone may have stolen your identity. But the alternative is a lot worse. So what happens in your workspace when it’s company data that needs to be protected – whether you’re working from an office, your home or the road? If someone used social engineering or malware to steal your network credentials and log onto your company network from Moscow, but you’ve never been to Russia, would a red flag go up for your IT department? Likely not… but that is changing. Thanks to user behavior analytics – a critical component to any digital workforce strategy, we can start to identify who is accessing the network, from where, and that that they are who they claim to be. And if a breach is in motion, stop it. In tandem, protection can be added to the data itself to secure it even when it’s moving between workspaces, devices and people so you know you’re protected.
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