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Have Employees Picked Up Bad Security Behaviors While Working From Home?

After more than a year of remote working, offices are reopening and nearly every business is adopting a hybrid working structure, allowing  employees to work from home or from the office.

 

But this significant change in working conditions equals a fundamental shift in security priorities.  As businesses plan for the “great return”, certain questions need to be asked:

  • Will employees need a refresh on safe cybersecurity behaviors in the workplace?
  • How will the threat landscape change?
  • What role will the CISO play in the new hybrid workforce?

 

Download this research to learn why…
  • More than half of IT leaders believe employees have picked up bad cybersecurity behaviors since working remotely
  • The majority of IT professionals predict a spike in ransomware attacks and targeted phishing scams in the transition back to the office
  • Over a quarter of employees are scared to admit they’ve made mistakes that compromise security at work
  • CISOs are getting a seat a table when it comes to office reopening plans

This report is ungated. No details required to download.

Have Employees Picked Up Bad Security Behaviors While Working From Home?
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After more than a year of remote working, offices are reopening and nearly every business is adopting a hybrid working structure, allowing  employees to work from home or from the office.

 

But this significant change in working conditions equals a fundamental shift in security priorities.  As businesses plan for the “great return”, certain questions need to be asked:

  • Will employees need a refresh on safe cybersecurity behaviors in the workplace?
  • How will the threat landscape change?
  • What role will the CISO play in the new hybrid workforce?

 

Download this research to learn why…
  • More than half of IT leaders believe employees have picked up bad cybersecurity behaviors since working remotely
  • The majority of IT professionals predict a spike in ransomware attacks and targeted phishing scams in the transition back to the office
  • Over a quarter of employees are scared to admit they’ve made mistakes that compromise security at work
  • CISOs are getting a seat a table when it comes to office reopening plans

This report is ungated. No details required to download.