Since the pandemic, one in five organizations has faced a security breach linked to remote workers. That’s according to new research from Internet security giant, Malwarebytes.
It might have been forced upon us, but, in terms of productivity, it seems that most businesses have adapted to working from home (WFH) pretty well. In fact, according to a separate survey, 9 in 10 CEOs think it will be a permanent feature within their firms.
But, as Malwarebytes highlights, lots of businesses still need to address the additional risks posed by WFH, and make sure newly remote workers are schooled in cyber security best practice.
Here’s a closer look at the report findings…