As an IT security vendor, it's hard to compete with hope. After all, hope is free.
I hope I don't get hacked today.
I hope nobody writes their User ID and Password on a Post-it note.
I hope nobody opens that phishing email.
I hope those ports are encrypted.
I hope my vendor told me about their terminated employees.
I hope my remote workers are logging in with secure devices.
I hope that off-shore prince gets back to me today. He said it was a sure thing.
It's good to have hope. It has helped me through some hard times. But, it's not a great IT security plan.
It's time to invest in a more concrete, more reliable, sure thing. And, while no security plan is an absolute sure thing, I can assure you that "hope" is not even in the running.
So, here are my hopes for you today:
I hope you research some great options for securing remote access to your network. There are lots to choose from.
I hope you find a champion in your Board of Directors to support this initiative.
I hope you find a partner that you trust, to help you do this, once and for all.
And yes, I hope you hear from that off-shore prince.
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