5 Cybersecurity Issues Caused by Migration to Remote Work
Remote work is now a standard option for most professionals, but the rising popularity of work from anywhere has driven a corresponding rise in cybersecurity incidents.
Remote work during the pandemic drove a 238% increase in cyberattacks, according to a March 2022 report by Alliance Virtual Offices. In addition, Gartner’s “7 top trends in cybersecurity for 2022” called the expansion of the attack surface that came with remote work a major area of cybersecurity concern.
Trends such as these have made security improvements for remote employees and risk-based vulnerability management the “most urgent projects” in 2022 for 78% of CISOs according to Lumu Technologies.
Find out five cybersecurity issues caused by migration to remote work and see how to ensure the security of your remote environment and mitigate risks in our infographic.