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EPAM & Princeton Identity’s Work-from-Home Security System

Remote Safely Adds a Layer of Zero Trust to Day-to-Day Operations, Allowing Businesses to Achieve Greater Flexibility without Sacrificing Safety

As companies have adapted to digital transformation and the pandemic’s systemic disruptions, more businesses than ever are managing remote workers. This move from secure, corporate facilities to home environments, with baseline remote work controls, adds residual risk. EPAM has partnered with biometric identity management provider, Princeton Identity, to bring a new kind of multi-layer security solution to market.

Remote Safely addresses the immediate cybersecurity challenges businesses face, in the era of the dispersed workforce. Through our combination of digital architecture, biometrics, hardware, software and workforce process capabilities, we employ a zero-trust process with data access management to ensure the protections of clients’ sensitive information.

REMOTE SAFELY’S WORK CAPABILITIES INCLUDE:

Shifting of key workstation security controls to virtual desktop (VDI) environment

Continuous verification of identity via biometrics

Handling sensitive client data securely on restricted company servers

Setting up incident response capabilities

Furnishing data visibility only with pre-authorization

Responding with real-time threat visualization

COMPREHENSIVE SECURITY STRATEGY

Remote Safely replaces the traditional offshore development center (ODC) by combining key physical controls with a hardened, secure VDI with logical session recording and AI risk visualization. The AI-based agent evaluates the risk profile based on recognized visual indicators such as:

  • Who is present?
  • How many people are present?
  • Are there unauthorized devices in the room?

 

 

This mitigates the risk of sensitive data being accessed or viewed by the wrong people in a home or remote environment. Remote Safely enables businesses to offer greater flexibility to their workforce, allowing their teams to focus on what they do best and trust their data is secure. For many industries, this has never before been an option, and it opens up a world of possibilities.

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PIONEERING THE FUTURE OF REMOTE WORK

 

For professionals in the healthcare, insurance or financial services industry, remote work was previously not feasible. Businesses had no way to mitigate the security threats that could arise from employees working outside the corporate network, or in a different environment. Remote Safely can change that.

Do you or your employees work with or view these kinds of sensitive information?

  • Personally identifiable information (PII)
  • Protected health information (PHI)
  • Confidential or sensitive company or customer data
  • Financial information
  • Banking details
  • Credit card information

REMOTE SAFELY CAN PROTECT VALUABLE DATA & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION WHILE GIVING YOUR BUSINESS A MORE FLEXIBLE WORKFORCE

 

Remote Safely + Zero Trust Security

 

Zero trust is the premise that companies should not assume confidentiality, privacy or integrity of anything inside their digital environment. Instead companies should rely on strict, identity-centric and transactional controls for every service or access. 

Remote Safely surpasses the current understanding of the zero-trust approach by only allowing access to critical data with continuous identity confirmation using biometric screening of the remote work environment. This ensures that the people accessing information on the system have the right permissions, taking zero trust beyond the local network and to the next level—right up to the chair.

 

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EPAM CAN HELP YOU BUILD A ZERO TRUST APPROACH INTO YOUR EXISTING SECURITY STRATEGY

Interested to learn more about Remote Safely and how we can help your business? Contact us.

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