How Remote Workforces are Putting Organisations at Greater Risk of a Cyberattack
The pandemic significantly expanded the enterprise attack surface when millions of people worldwide began working from home, and organisations struggled to maintain business continuity and provide secure access to company resources and tools. In November 2020, Ivanti surveyed more than 2,000 people working from home in the US and UK amid the pandemic to examine how consumer and enterprise cybersecurity habits had changed.
The report revealed that employees are engaging in high-risk behaviour, even when they are given company-issued computers to use at home. For instance, one in four consumers admitted to using their work email or password to access consumer websites and applications such as food delivery apps, online shopping sites, and even dating apps.
Download the report to learn more about how risky consumer behaviour is putting businesses at risk, and why zero trust security is essential.