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Providing safe environments for the remote workforce through Digital Trust

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Providing safe environments for the remote workforce through Digital Trust

During the current pandemic and resulting lockdown, we’ve transformed from communal office environments into a remote work culture. It’s been challenging, but we’ve also found positives; interaction digitally can be immediate and bring us closer with our colleagues, partners, and clients, as we face the new world together.

This shift happened almost overnight and left little to none in the means of reaction time for IT departments to adjust for it. Even organizations, where remote work was already in use, the sudden hike in bandwidth over VPN and all remote tools, created problems and meant IT departments were forced to fight fires to keep essential IT functions running. Since then, this way of working has become the “new normal”. After the current guarantee measures are lifted, remote work will continue as an essential part of our work culture.

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Organizations must provide an environment where the security of sensitive data can be ensured without compromising the user experience or client expectations. This is called Digital Trust.

We have prepared a framework for this, which explains how to enable the right user, under the right conditions, to have the right access, to the right data.

See the session below, and let us know if you need any help. Let’s keep our environments safe!

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at PETTERIA@ie.ibm.com

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