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Securing Remote User Access to Critical Internal Systems

Remote users – both employees and vendors – typically need access to critical systems to manage data, patch or upgrade systems, etc., in order to keep business operations running smoothly.  A quick review of known 2019 data breaches shows both a sharp increase in third party breaches and in the amount of records exposed.

Organizations now face a range of unforeseen circumstances resulting in immediate sweeping needs for organizations to provide remote workers with controlled access to critical systems. Executing with manual and/or patchwork processes in place can dramatically increase risk as well as cause operational headaches for end-users and security practitioners alike.

Click here to join CyberArk for a live webinar on Tuesday, April 14 to learn more about how to mitigate the security risks associated with providing remote third party vendors and employees with access to your most critical internal resources.

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