Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally

Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally


More and more IT leaders are employing third party vendors and consultants to help move their business forward. But all too often, they are granting these vendors the same level of remote access as they are their remote employees. Unfortunately, this can open the floodgates to security risks and non-compliance. 

This white paper explains why Remote Vendor Access (RVA) should not be treated the same as traditional remote access for employees. Explore how a new set of remote access requirements can ensure that your enterprise remains in step with both compliance regulations and security expectations. 

Dell Software
10 Sep 2012
10 Sep 2012
11 Page(s)
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