As a technology vendor, you’re responsible for providing critical functions to your customer. In reality, most businesses can’t operate at their highest capacity without the help and support of third-party vendors. That’s why it’s critical for third parties to stay secure and compliant when working for enterprise customers. Any disruption in a remote access session could end up in regulatory infractions or lead to something worse like a cyberattack.
Hackers will exploit vulnerabilities in third-party access connections like VPNs and desktop sharing tools to wreak havoc on an enterprises’ internal network and cause costly damage. This not only impacts the enterprise, but it’s also a direct reflection of the technology vendor – the route through which the hack occurred. Sure, it wasn’t your fault. But the enterprise and headlines will name the source of the attack as the third-party connection, which could be costly for your technology services company.
Reducing your exposure to a data breach starts with securing your connection. In this guide for technology vendors, you’ll find: