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Remote Safely 

Putting zero trust at the center of remote work to protect company and employee data.

With more remote working opportunities comes enhanced risk.

There’s an immediate cybersecurity risk when a dispersed workforce accesses your company’s most valuable and sensitive data. To address this challenge, EPAM partnered with biometric leader Princeton Identity to create Remote Safely, which puts zero trust methodologies at the center of your remote work strategy. Monitored by a managed security operations center (SOC) team, Remote Safely uses an AI-based risk detection security control layer with a hardened virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). By using continuous facial biometric verification of the identities of remote employees, Remote Safely ensures access to critical data is only given to the right people in your organization so you can mitigate risk.  

How Remote Safely Works

Watch a five minute demo video about Remote Safely.

How Business Can Benefit

Enhance workforce flexibility by ensuring employees who work from home can safely access valuable and sensitive data.
Protect your business from losses by ensuring that data is being processed securely and seen only by authorized remote employees.
Maintain a high level of compliance with the strongest data protection regulations, specific to each country’s unique requirements.
Increase remote employees’ awareness of sensitive data processing rules and policies.
Gain greater trust and loyalty of customers by enhancing zero trust methodologies and mitigating residual risks of remote work.
Protect the privacy of employees by automatically blurring facial images and only storing images of detected violations.


  • Continuous User Identify Verification

  • Suspicious Event Detection 

  • SOC Team Monitoring

  • Data Leakage Prevention

  • Customization & Automation

  • Critical Infrastructure Controlled Access



Remote Safely; Applying Zero Trust Principles to Today’s Distributed Teams


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