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The activity does not automatically become sacrosanct simply because it takes place on a computer screen. Did they ask your permission? Did you consent? At least in terms of employees, they already know they're using company equipment and resources. And they are voluntarily trading their time for a wage.
Don't be coming in here with your voice of reason and level-headed explanation of the management point of view. We want to go nuts and have a rally or something. Just that he wanted to be able to see the screens. You shouldn't be using remote sessions to monitor users, it's impractical, you can't have someone monitor every user throughout the day, not to mention your need to screen record or something if there was an issue that needed to be actioned by HR.
You need something like ActivTrak which will log usage, take screenshots intermittently and allow you to produce reports on usage. But I can't help but agree with other users on this, it sounds like a massive red flag, I think you're putting yourself in a legal grey area by monitoring devices to this extent when they're working from home and at the very least it should be made clear in company policy the extent of the monitoring.
And for anyone who's thinking 'yeah but it's company property blah blah blah'.. As much as I despise the premise behind what you are being asked to do, take a look at MeshCentral. It will handle the spying and remote support needs. Even when you have regulations in the US, that may allow you to monitor a user on his workplace, you simply can't extend that into his home!
Where would you get, if you would in addition run the webcam and microphone on the employees PC at home? Would YOU be comfortable, if your employer would spy you that way at home? And when you would do some private stuff after work, it would also be ok, if the employer would be watching your screen? If the police needs a court order to invade your privacy at home - you really think it is than legal, if an employer does the same?
I don't! We record all calls to and from our call center employees, and their screens. This includes when they're working from home. This is done on company owned equipment. Anydesk is good for viewing other user screen but the user will know if i connect to the users using anydesk.
You didn't state that in your original post though most respondents seemed to assume that's what you wanted. Of course I can. I can and do monitor your traffic on the VPN from home. I can and do monitor your email sent from home and from your personal phone or computer if you access my email server on it. Don't turn this into a "you can't spy on me. If you're doing company work on company equipment, of course you should be monitored. That's called security. That's how you'll get early warning of malware and ransomware.
That's how you'll know you have data exfiltration. No one is suggesting invasion. Why would you insist on evasion? Aside from OP ditching his own question, seems like everyone missed the part where he expected a way for his company to use any kind of FREE remote access software to connect to employee computers working from home without VPN.
Commercial paid remote access products proxy through the vendor's centralized system, but the only alternative to using VPN at the workstations to get back on network is to engineer a proxy solution while the users are already working from home. However - would YOU feel comfortable, if you know, your employer is watching your screen without any notice to you? Would you feel comfortable, if he also goes one step further and without notice turns on your microphone and camera - while you are working from home?
So it's o. Still o. Possibly not always dressed for everyone to see? Isn't it better, to prevent such possible abuse from the roots and name it for what it is: an invasion of privacy! Doesn't matter, if it is an employers PC or your own.
And for sure, it is not 'security', when you watch an employees screen, while he is writing a private email. It all goes back to recording and listening private phone calls at a workplace. In the EU a serious privacy invasion, in the US Thanks god mobile phones have solved that phone privacy problem, so nobody should have to use the company phone for a private call.
Too many times it was said, that employees should be monitored for the results of their work and not how they got to these results. Still you meet again and again these people who want to watch employees screens and possibly even record keystrokes and more - without the users knowledge.
I can only understand, that someone would want to do that, when he wants to get rid of his employees. You should try in the EU to fire an employee based on the 'evidence' you collected by monitoring his screen and traffic without his knowledge. Pretty soon the court would explain you, where employers rights end and employee privacy starts. Just because you pay an employee, his is not your 'property' or 'slave'.
Sooner or later, employee rights will change in the US as well. The EU has shown the direction of changes. The rest is just a question of time! Sure, it's not always comfortable for someone, who is tasked to keep a company network safe. Some limitation are a bit 'too much'.
How many viruses, trojans or even 'hacking attempts' have you discovered or at least heard, that they have been discovered only by monitoring employees screens? I still wonder, when social media and punishment are mentioned - you really believe, that no US citizen has had problems for his statements on social media? No arrests ever? I'm pretty sure, that you would get a visit from your 'government', if you would make propaganda for some extremist groups from the middle-east.
Possibly they would even pay you an all-inclusive vacation in Guantanamo? However you are completely wrong, when you mix social media with your 'work from home' environment. It's YOUR choice to make the posting public, not someone else's! The best part of it - as an employer - will you request ports on a users home-router to be forwarded, so you can spy on the user? I mentioned earlier about using MeshCentral to do what the OP asked. It is a fantastic Open Source project. I have only been using it for several months, now, but this thing is slick.
Write your private e-mails on your own private computer. Turn off the company computer at the end of work hours to solve your eavesdropping worry. Arrange the office such that the camera faces a wall. Site in front of it only when working. Even if your employer doesn't inform you that he might watch the computer activity, you can do these things 'just in case'. Today they are barking that WinVNC. They are not! Thanks -- Jaz. Seb2 Guest. Check this thread. Thanks for that pointer.
I excluded both WinVNC. Do I need to reboot? Lisandro Avast team Certainly Bot Posts: Quote from: Jaz on May 23, , PM. I don't see anyway to make changes to any providers. Sorry, I just don't understand why the exclusion in program settings doesn't stop the alerts. Click on the Details button it will show you the list of all providers, select the Standard Shield provider, Customize Mobile Security.
OK - This really sucks.
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