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Safer Internet Day 2023: Make Your Remote Access Secure

Safer Internet Day 2023 is an important milestone for the development of secure internet access worldwide. February 7 it marks the 10th anniversary of this annual event, and its aim is to raise awareness about online safety, and security measures. With an ever-increasing number of users accessing the internet remotely, it is important to be aware of the dangers of cybercrime, data breaches, and malicious actors.

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It is especially important to ensure the security of remote access, because it is often exploited by fraudsters. When choosing a remote access program, be sure to pay attention to the security features Also be sure to review the information on how to avoid scammers during remote access.

Remote Desktop Security Features

Remote Desktop is a technology that allows users to access and control a computer remotely over the internet. It is becoming increasingly popular as more people work from home. However, with increased popularity also comes an increased threat of cyber attacks. As such, it is important to understand the security features associated with Remote Desktop to ensure that your system remains secure when accessed remotely.

Use only verified remote access software that has all the necessary protection. For example, has modern security and vulnerability prevention technology, such as data encryption, authorization security and override protection. We also want to give some recommendations to help protect the connection process using a remote desktop:

  • Change your password regularly
  • Don’t use suspicious links. Use Branding feature to make users trust you
  • Configure 2FA and SSO
  • Record all remote sessions
  • Set a timeout to automatically terminate the standby connection in your settings
  • Set the Black Screen mode so that no one else can see what you are doing on your computer

All these actions will help you to be safe and protect yourself from any scammers so don’t neglect them!

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