Safeguarding physical property, intellectual property, personal information, and vital business data has become a high priority for every kind of business. Knowing who has access to your facilities, systems, and data at all times is critically important.
Most companies track their employees’ access, but few track this access as they should for non-employee workers. Consequently, they may be putting their companies at risk.
Now there is an easy way to mitigate security and compliance risks from your extended workforce. Learn how in this new whitepaper.
- Learn the five ways your business may be at risk
- Understand the hidden costs of overlooking non-employees
- See how “identity management” contributes to physical and cyber security
- Learn how to gain visibility into non-employee resources quickly and seamlessly
What would be the impact on your organization if business information, personal information, or other data was lost, stolen, or compromised? How would you respond to your customers and shareholders?
Gaining visibility into your non-employee resources to control access to facilities and data can be done without disrupting your day-to-day operations. You’ll gain visibility and compliance of previously untracked workers quickly and with minimal change management required.
Download this whitepaper to learn how.