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It’s been a whirlwind of a year and now – at last – employees around the world are heading back to the office. Well, at least some of them, some of the time.
As we all well know, the future of work is hybrid.
In fact, employees demand it with 89% of employees wanting to work remotely part of the week. That means organizations have to adapt quickly and adopt new policies, collaboration tools, and ways of working.
They’ll also have to evolve their cybersecurity strategies.
In our new research, Back to Work: Security Behaviors Report, we explore how employees’ security behaviors have changed and what security pitfalls IT teams need to address ASAP.
You can access the report here or, if you need a bit of convincing to click, keep reading
Here are 5 reasons to download the report.
We surveyed 200 IT decision makers to understand what’s top of mind and how they’re tackling challenges related to remote and hybrid working. That means this report is packed with helpful insights that will help guide your cybersecurity strategy.
Because this report was written to help security professionals, we’ve included four additional resources related to hybrid working, getting buy-in, phishing, and data loss prevention (DLP).
Download the report for easy access!
Between January and June, we saw a huge uptick in suspicious and malicious emails containing one specific term….
Find out what it is on page 16.
To get the big picture, we surveyed 4,000 employees in addition to the IT decision makers we mentioned in point 1.
We found out that:
How will you incorporate these insights into your hybrid security strategy?
While the report is focused on how the threat landscape will change in a hybrid working environment, we also wanted to understand how the role of the CISO has changed (and is changing!) as a result.
We have good news! We found out that 59% of IT leaders think their roles and responsibilities have been recognized as more important over the last year and that 67% say they have a seat at the table when it comes to office reopening plans.
Download the report to see how these sentiments vary by industry.