The vast majority of security breaches in the organizations are done through wrongly configured remote access tools.
That’s why MSPs and IT-professionals who rely on remote access tools to help manage their clients’ systems must take steps to secure those tools.
If you don’t make security a key priority when working with remote access tools, you run the risk of creating security problems for you and your clients that are much greater in scope than those that remote access solves.
Keep reading for best practices and tips for keeping remote access tools secure.
In this free guide, we cover:
- RDP port protection;
- Firewall logging;
- Authentication rules;
- Protecting against social engineering and phishing;
- And more.