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Secure Remote Workspace by Venn

Practice Good
Cyber Hygiene

This is harder than it sounds. It takes consistent, diligent attention
to maintain a “clean” cyber environment, particularly in today’s
remote or hybrid working model where employees can work
anytime, anywhere and on any devices.
The only way to make sure your software remains hackresistant is to keep it up
to date via patching. Patching is the fancy word for “updating your software,”
and it is the cornerstone of cyber hygiene. You should always, only use
the latest version of your software.
Consider the zeroday security flaw, Log4J, that’s been in the
news. Someone once said this before, which is a clear way to
contextualize the magnitude of the vulnerability: Log4J is a faulty
screw in every car across America. Everyone is probably using
software that’s vulnerable because of Log4J. The flaw illuminates
countless pathways for hackers to exploit. Right now, vendors are
working on ways to mitigate the risk, and when their fixes are
ready, they’ll send out notifications that it’s time to update their
software. Don’t ignore the prompt! Don’t skip the update! Software
vulnerabilities are discovered all the time and fixes can take time
to roll out. Zero Trust architecture will drastically reduce the