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Securing a Remote Workforce: How to Protect Your At-Risk Salesforce Data

Having remote employees can create cybersecurity gaps that open your organization up to significant risk. If you have employees who work remotely even a small percentage of the time, it’s critical to monitor security changes and the impact they may have on your data security.

This whitepaper explores a number of remote work scenarios that are cause for concern in Salesforce, including whitelisting IP addresses, escalating user privileges, logging in from unexpected locations, changing password policies, changing Salesforce security controls, and more. Read on to learn more about user activities that should throw up red flags, how to create a secure work environment outside of the office, and best practices for securing remote employees.

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