Keep VPN connections free from malware attacks and safeguard your organization
Today’s workforce is distributed. Employees, contractors and third party vendors often connect to the enterprise from their own personal devices over a VPN connection. Although this connection may be secure, it doesn’t protect against the spread of malware. In many cases, these individuals access sensitive resources from systems whose security configuration the enterprise does not directly control, either because they are user-owned devices or because they’re owned by another organization. What precautions can organizations take to safeguard the enterprise from malware infections?
Minerva Labs’ Remote User Protection safeguards enterprises from malware-infected systems connecting over a VPN. By integrating with the organization’s VPN software, it initiates a scan of the remote system’s processes for malware before allowing the connection to be established and continues to monitor the endpoint for in-session attacks. If active malware is identified, Minerva will not allow it to connect or will terminate the session immediately. This approach reinforces the security mechanisms that might exist on the remote system without conflicting with other security tools or interfering with the user’s day-to- day activities.
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