If you’re a security professional, you already know that human error is the biggest problem for corporate security; roughly 95 percent of security breaches are from human error.
Hacking attacks and cyber espionage capture the headlines, but the real danger for organizations, whether financial firms or retailers, is the spreadsheet casually left on an insecure personal computer, the password on a sticky note, the email clicked that should have gone unopened.
Corporate data no longer lives in the safe confines of IT-managed data centers. It now often lives at home with remote workers. This is a huge problem for businesses.
Telecommuting and work from home has existed for decades, but the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the trend. Almost 70 percent of full-time workers in the U.S. now work from home, according to research from Owl Labs, and half of workers won’t return to jobs that don’t offer remote work after the pandemic has passed.