TeamViewer’s features of managed devices and conditional access allow technicians and IT support staff throughout banks, accountancy firms, and other financial institutions to control connections through a router. Firewall communications can block traffic down to one IP and still maintain connectivity to TeamViewer, eliminating risks from all other global remote access platforms.
Off-network devices can be configured with a registry key to only communicate through the router, meaning that even without the firewall, they are ignorant to any unauthorized TeamViewer connections. This ensures the security of the server that is being accessed by multiple devices across expansive networks and corporations.
The concern of ethical walls and other measures to restrict communication are required to avoid conflicts of interest. With TeamViewer, there is complete granular control at the router, which enables regulation of access times and only authorizes specific administrator approval for individual connections. Take comfort in knowing that with conditional access to govern who can access what, and under what circumstances, your financial institution can give limited access to designated groups and further control the rules between user and device.