“Zero-trust looks like the way of the future to help protect your information in our new age of remote work.”
Glenn Baruck, DigiTek Security
We all know that during the past 18 plus months, there has been a widespread, global migration to remote work, which does not look like it will go away anytime soon. While this recent shift has produced positive results for many organizations, it has also led to an extensive increase in cyberattacks. In this recent article for securityinfowatch.com, author Rajesh Ganesan points out that according to the 2021 Digital Readiness Survey, 83% of information technology professionals believe that remote workers have increased their corporation’s security risk. Yet, despite this increased security risk, the survey also points out that only 56% of companies have adopted a security strategy for their remote employees. As such, these elements are fusing to create an ideal climate for hackers and cybercriminals.
Read more about adopting a zero-trust approach for your organization and the importance of doing so—especially in the age of remote work.