Businesses rely on third parties and vendors to help run their daily operations and provide technical support services; but there’s a lot of risk involved with granting remote access into an organization’s internal network to a third party. When opening up a new entryway into a network for a vendor, you’re also opening up a possible gap for bad actors on the attack surface. This is why access and connectivity need to be fully secured before granting any type of remote access to an outside party.
How’s your company’s remote access connection? Are you confident that it’s built to provide secure remote access? Use this checklist to determine if your remote access connection is safe enough to protect your business from a breach caused by a third party.