Securing Remote Work
In 2020, 62% of Americans worked from home, a rapid shift that was completely unprecedented, and many organizations did not have the security infrastructure to support. In a world where remote work has become the new norm, securing your systems and applications from malicious threat actors has never been more important. Cyberattacks are on the rise and showing no signs of slowing, and as a result, 91% of organizations intend to increase their cybersecurity budget.
While remote work has increased productivity, office costs, and alleviated commuting stress for many, the security of your crown jewels has never been more vital. While many companies may default to outdated solutions, such as multi-factor authentication, we know that the only true security solution lies in passwordless authentication. Check out our infographic below for more information on how vulnerable your systems and applications truly are in the new “WFH” era.
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