Patch, update or harden your applications and operating systems.
Measure and manage the asset-based risk within your environment.
Continue to wait indefinitely for return-to-work to happen.
Eventually return some — but not all — of your users and assets to the office.
Complete your plan, only to one day have to send everyone home again.
Your current assets might remain out of your perimeter for a long time.
You will always have many assets outside of your perimeter.
Your assets might move in and out of your perimeter at any moment.
Your current assets will remain unsecured, indefinitely.
Your assets that never return to the office will not be protected.
If you send all your assets home again then they will lose their protections again.
Remote Visibility: Maintain continuous, comprehensive visibility into all remote assets — including unmanaged devices on remote networks — and every assets’ patch, update and configuration status.
Remote Control: Apply security controls onto remote assets — such as patches, updates and configurations — without physical contact and without consuming large amounts of bandwidth.
Remote Risk Management: Define an accurate, real-time picture of your risk position by mapping the spread of sensitive data, defining exposure from unmanaged assets and identifying the potential impact of an incident.
Infosec teams struggle to detect Linux-based threats such as Vermillion Strike due to an overemphasis on Windows malware, a lack of effective solutions for protecting data centers, and the immaturity of sandboxes.