Register now for Leading Change: Build Trust with the Anywhere Workspace – May 5 and 6, 2021
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Register now for Leading Change: Build Trust with the Anywhere Workspace – May 5 and 6, 2021

On May 5 and 6, VMware is hosting a free online event called “Leading Change: Build Trust with the Anywhere Workspace.” At this event, we’ll talk about VMware’s unique ability to bring together end-user computing, SD-WAN and secure access service edge (SASE) and endpoint security to support today’s distributed work environment, an effort that we…

FIDO2 Support and Login Risk Score are now available in VMware Workspace ONE Access
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FIDO2 Support and Login Risk Score are now available in VMware Workspace ONE Access

Today, we are excited to announce the availability of two important new features in VMware Workspace ONE Access: Support for FIDO2 passwordless authentication and Login Risk Score. We first announced these features just a few short months ago at VMworld 2020, and they join our recently released support for multifactor authentication integrated directly into Intelligent…

Learn about Login Risk Score, the newest metric in Workspace ONE Intelligence Risk Analytics
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Learn about Login Risk Score, the newest metric in Workspace ONE Intelligence Risk Analytics

Last year, we introduced Risk Analytics in Workspace ONE Intelligence. Risk Analytics leverages machine learning models to calculate user and device risk scores based on user activity and device context. We’ve recently added CVE-based indicators, and now we are introducing Login Risk Score, a metric that shows how risky a login attempt is from a user trying to access a digital…

Top Tips for Securing the Remote Workforce in 2021
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Top Tips for Securing the Remote Workforce in 2021

This year, organizations found an unprecedented amount of their workforces suddenly working remotely. No longer under the same roof—and network—as their colleagues, IT teams were tasked with making crucial adjustments to how they secure their workforce. With little preparation or planning, IT leaders became responsible for an influx of corporate devices across numerous locations and different networks.   In 2021, businesses will continue to allow employees to work from home. How can…