Expanding your remote workforce may have a major impact on network infrastructure, cybersecurity, and corporate workflows. Progent has two decades of background assisting businesses of all sizes to design, deploy, administer, optimize, and debug IT networks that incorporate a remote workforce. Progent can help your Buffalo organization to select the right tools and adhere to best practices in building and operating a secure virtual office ecosystem for telecommuters that promotes collaboration and returns top business value. Progent can provide services ranging from on demand expertise for getting you over occasional technical bottlenecks to full project management to help you carry out mission-critical tasks.
Progent can assist Buffalo, New York businesses to succeed with any aspect of creating a high-functioning work-at-home ecosystem by providing network infrastructure design and configuration services, IP voice expertise, video conferencing support, collaboration platform customization and training, cloud integration, Call Desk outsourcing, data security, data protection solutions, and unified management.
Security and Compliance for Teleworkers
At-home workers commonly run their own equipment and work in an unsecured environment. This increases their exposure to cyber attacks and requires careful use of security appliances, remote security monitoring, and the enforcement of security policies based on leading practices. Progent's seasoned roster of certified cybersecurity experts can help your company to plan, deploy and manage a modern cybersecurity solution that protects sensitive information in IT networks that incorporate teleworkers.
- Firewalls enable you to create a network environment that can be safely utilized by local users as well as by telecommuters, mobile workers, suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders. Next-generation firewall appliances allow you to assign and control different permissions to various classes of users and to expand your IT network and modify your security profile as your business evolves and as cyber threats become increasingly sophisticated. Progent works with both current and older security devices from all major manufacturers including Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, Check Point, Juniper, and Fortinet. For details about Progent's firewall configuration expertise, refer to firewall support services.
- Remote Endpoint Monitoring makes it possible to track the various computers used by teleworkers and either block or spot and respond to the latest cyber attacks like ransomware. With ProSight Active Security Monitoring services, a small-footprint software agent is installed on each protected endpoint, monitoring all activity and utilizing advanced machine learning to detect zero-day attacks before they can spread. When a cyberattack is spotted, ProSight ASM instantly disconnects the infected endpoint from the network to quarantine the threat. Since the ProSight Active Security Monitoring software agent is self-contained, endpoint devices stay protected even when they are offline. To learn more about ProSight Active Security Monitoring, refer to remote endpoint security monitoring for at-home workers.
- Security Audits can assess the exposure of your information system to all classes of external and internal security threats for an environment that incorporates remote workers. Progent can run online, automated security analysis software for quickly and economically detecting a broad range of security gaps that can be found via the Internet. Progent's endpoint security assessment experts, which can be provided by network security professionals with advanced credentials such as CISM, CISSP, and GIAC, can assist your business to evaluate your processes and policies and review your WAN architecture to allow you to implement the highest level of security for your telecommuters.
Contact Progent for At-Home Worker Support Services
To contact Progent about creating and maintaining a productive telecommuter solution for your Buffalo, New York organization, phone 1-800-993-9400 or go to Contact Progent.