Remote Workforce Management for your Salesforce Environment

April 7, 2020

This townhall session provides InfoSec & Compliance professionals with timely advice and best practices for securely enabling an expanding, remote workforce who is working with sensitive data in Salesforce.

Mike Mason of FairWarning, along with Brian Olearczyk and Pete Thurston of RevCult, discuss how to monitor for anomalous events and document both current state and modified states of any changes to facilitate error-free recovery.

Additional discussion topics include: 

  • The compensating controls needed to ensure the security of your Salesforce platform
  • Security controls including relaxed IP restrictions, logins by region,  password policy, and change-management documentation

Watch part two of this series here.

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