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Work from Home (WFH)

WFH = new security threats

Remote work has increased drastically and at the same time there are clear indications that hackers, foreign powers, and other cybercriminals are increasing their activities. Working from home poses an increased challenge for IT departments, now required to offer flexible and secure solutions.

Growing attack surface

Remote work has pushed digitalization forward at a fast pace. Accessing internal and sensitive information needs to be possible remotely over the internet. This means that a growing number of services and functions are exposed to anyone with internet access. Because of this, it has become more important than ever to make sure there are no weaknesses in your internet-facing networks or systems.

Lowering the guard

In general working from home breaks down the boundaries between work and private life. There are clear indications that remote work has a negative impact when it comes to resilience against email attacks, like ransomware, phishing, and spear phishing.

Find weaknesses in systems & users

Holm Security helps customers find weaknesses - both in systems and users. This is done through social engineering, simulation of email attacks, and vulnerability assessment of network, systems, web applications and rest APIs. We find vulnerabilities in all types of systems used for remote work, like VPN, SSH, FTP, web portals, intranets, websites, and more.

Our solution

Find vulnerabilities in network, systems and web applications facing the internet.
Network and web application scanning.
Our services  Network Scanning and Web Application Scanning automatically and continuously scan your network, systems and web applications to find vulnerabilities.
Make sure your users are resilient against email attacks, like ransomware, phishing, and spear phishing.
Simulation of social engineering, email attacks, and awareness training.
Our service Fraud Risk Assessment is used to measure and increase resilience against attempts to get your users to leak confidential information.