Many organizations depend on a variety of external vendors to support their IT infrastructure, network and systems. In many cases, they overlook remote third-party access as a privileged access point that requires narrow security controls.
“Most organizations granting remote privileged application or operating system-level access to third-party users leave gaps that introduce significant security risks“
Gartner research “How to Secure Remote Privileged Access for Third-Party Technicians”
- Malicious remote access represents “a significant hazard with networked POS devices,” accounting for 62% of incidents within POS environments.
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Our retail customers choose Netop Remote Control because of our high degree of configurability and advanced security options. In working with retailers in deploying a remote support solution that gives them the access they need to their in-store technology – including POS systems – without compromising PCI compliance, our experts often touch upon broader questions regarding network security.… Read on
The return of the SpyNote RAT as a fake Netflix app in late January gave notice that Remote Access Trojans may be the next large scale cyber threat. Originally surfaced in the summer of 2016, SpyNote is a robustly featured malware that gives its owners remote administrative control of the Android device on which it is installed.… Read on
I am happy to announce the release of Netop Remote Control version 12.50. With improvements in password storage and encryption, added security for Internet connectivity, and updates to the WebConnect interface, 12.50 is our most secure version yet.… Read on
Our product development team pays close attention to inventive – and, sometimes, yet-to-be-realized – uses of remote access technology. An article in Bloomberg suggests that air traffic control teams could take advantage of secure remote connectivity and improvements in cameras and sensors to land planes at multiple airports from a central location. … Read on