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Hello

As remote work becomes increasingly prevalent, I'm looking for recommendations on the best practices for securing remote workstations. With employees accessing company networks and sensitive data from various locations, ensuring robust security measures is paramount.

I'd love to hear from fellow ESET users and professionals in the cybersecurity community about their strategies and recommendations for securing remote workstations effectively. What tools, policies, and practices have you found to be most effective in safeguarding remote endpoints against cyber threats?

Additionally, are there any specific features or functionalities within ESET products that you've found particularly useful for remote workstation security?

Thank you in advance for your insights and recommendations!

 

Thank you

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1 hour ago, gregbowers said:

Hello

As remote work becomes increasingly prevalent, I'm looking for recommendations on the best practices for securing remote workstations. With employees accessing company networks and sensitive data from various locations, ensuring robust security measures is paramount.

I'd love to hear from fellow ESET users and professionals in the cybersecurity community about their strategies and recommendations for securing remote workstations effectively. What tools, policies, and practices have you found to be most effective in safeguarding remote endpoints against cyber threats?

Additionally, are there any specific features or functionalities within ESET products that you've found particularly useful for remote workstation security?

Thank you in advance for your insights and recommendations!

 

Thank you

By remote do you mean Remote Desktop?

If yes , it's then highly recommended to secure the Remote Desktop to specific IP addresses that the server/workstation will only accept connection from, that way it will make it more secure and kept only for your IPs

And in ESET there is a protection against Bruteforcing the accounts of RDP.

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