Setup Connection Policies
Allowing users into a network from a remote location is a nice convenience. However, as we have discussed in this guide, this allows for heightened security risk from compromised remote individuals. To help better tighten security, adding connection policies globally and to the individual will help control the possibility of malware which may be embedded on a user’s workstation.
If a user only needs to access a specific server or folder on a specific folder, you can lock down the connection to only allow access to that specific area. If users are only making TCP connections into your backend infrastructure, you could disable UDP protocols, which are sometimes used to deliver malicious payloads.
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