Your Remote Workplace is More of an Activity than a Place

July 8, 2020 OneNeck IT Solutions

Recent months have seen a massive shift towards supporting remote workers, which in turn has created a series of security challenges. IT teams are now not only tasked with quickly providing support for a never-before-seen number of offsite workers and their devices, but they must do it without compromising security – no small task.

Secure Your Remote Workers with OneNeck + Cisco

Taking into account this new reality, you need a straight-forward way to secure remote workers at the speed and the scale of your business. The Cisco Secure Remote Worker solution unifies user and device protection at scale, making it easy to verify, enable secure access and defend remote workers at anytime from anywhere. This integrated solution helps accelerate your business success with security that works together, delivering the power of Cisco Duo, AnyConnect, Umbrella and AMP for Endpoints.

  • Cisco Duo verifies the identity of all users before granting access to corporate applications.
  • Cisco AnyConnect enables secure access to the enterprise network for any user, from any device, at any time, in any location.
  • Cisco Umbrella provides the first line of defense against threats on the Internet wherever users go.
  • Cisco AMP for Endpoints provides the last line of defense, enabling protection, detection and response on the endpoint against known and unknown threats.

Just how do all of these pieces work together? Check out this quick video.

 

If you’re looking to increase productivity and protection for your remote employees, we can help with a scalable and integrated security solution that delivers the strength and breadth of Cisco’s security approach with the power of Cisco Duo, AnyConnect, Umbrella and AMP for Endpoints.

 

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