Remote Work Practices and Cybersecurity Risk Research Report
Remote work practices and the leading practices to mitigate cybersecurity risks
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many organizations to quickly enable remote work and adopt remote work technologies. As the pandemic subsides, we’re seeing many organizations formalizing hybrid work policies to make remote work a regular perk. At the same time, cyber-liability insurance carriers have seen a record number of cybersecurity incidents and are starting to require that organizations have more proactive cybersecurity controls in place.
In a recent survey conducted by the Center for Accounting Transformation, our analysis pointed to a need for better awareness around cybersecurity risk and an understanding of controls to better mitigate those risks – properly balancing the benefits of remote work with its associated cybersecurity risks.
In This Report You Will Learn About:
- Risk Aversion and Trust
- Risk Tolerance versus Cybersecurity Controls
- Remote Work Devices and Security
- Securing the Home Network
- Additional Cybersecurity Controls
Download the report to see where your organization falls in relationship to others in adoption of remote work practices and the leading practices to mitigate cybersecurity risks.