It raised several issues that I've been worried about since the pandemic hit and everybody went home.
KnowBe4 called out the following key findings:
- Almost three-quarters of organizations are concerned about the security risks introduced by users working from home; despite these challenges, 86% are likely to continue supporting remote work in the future.
- Key security challenges cited include user awareness and training (57%), home/public WiFi network security (52%), and sensitive data leaving the perimeter (46%).
- The applications that organizations are most concerned with securing include, file sharing (68%), the web (47%), video conferencing (45%), and messaging (35%).
- More than half of organizations see remote work environments having an impact on their compliance posture (70%). GDPR tops the list of compliance mandates (51%).
- Organizations prioritize human-centric visibility into remote employee activity (34%), followed by next-generation anti-virus and endpoint detection and response (23%), improved network analysis and next-gen firewalls (22%), and Zero Trust Network Access (19%).
How is your organization going to mitigate concerns about continuing remote work?
How is your organization going to mitigate WiFi network security and data exfiltration?
How is your organization going to mitigate file sharing, video conferencing, and messaging?
Keep me posted.
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