Your contractors often need access to systems and data on your network to do the job you hired them for, but that can include privileged or sensitive information. Ensure they only have access to what they need and automatically deactivate their access once the contract is complete.
Your business partners, such as those providing HR, accounting, or marketing services likely require access to sensitive information on your network, often containing employee and customer PII and financial and proprietary data. Ensure that this information remains secure.
Your consultants, like those providing HR, accounting, or marketing services likely require access to sensitive information on your network, often containing employee and customer PII and financial and proprietary data. Ensure that this information remains secure.
Your managed service providers (MSPs) provide critical IT services and support that allow your organization to run smoothly and effectively. With providing these services comes access to privileged accounts, systems, and data. Ensure that you can control that access, while always have visibility into what they are doing.
Your technology vendors provide critical services across the organization, and it’s important that they have remote access to provide the support you need. However, ensure that you know exactly who is accessing your systems, have visibility and control into what they are doing to ensure they can access only what they need.
Your third parties often outsource their own services, either to subcontractors or other vendors, which further expands your risk. Ensure that those parties are also individually identified and never need to know network credentials for their access.
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