Despite the downsides of replacing on-premise work with remote work, 84% of companies anticipate a consistent expansion of remote work practices, according to a 2020 Remote Work-From-Home Cybersecurity Report published earlier this week.
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94% of security and IT professionals across the globe have become more concerned about their digital security in the era of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study from Tripwire in partnership with Dimensional Research.
40% of cybersecurity and IT professionals from private and public organizations perceive public clouds as more secure than on-premise environments, according to the latest Cloud Threat Report published by Oracle and KPMG.
Data breaches have turned into an unfortunate reality for companies around the world, accounting for more than 50% percent of all security incidents reported in 2019.
According to research by Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), 51% of companies believe their security and IT professionals are in a position to detect and respond to the wave of cyberattacks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study from Neustar International Security Council (NISC) shows that 86% of companies have experienced network disruptions due to the sudden shift to remote work.
Losses from cybercrime totaled a staggering $3.5 billion in the U.S. alone, and BEC scams accounted for nearly half, according to the 2019 Internet Crime Report released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Amid the turmoil and confusion surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, companies were forced to hastily implement solutions that could allow employees to shift to telework overnight, creating extensive opportunities for bad actors and insider threats to flourish.