A recent security research report outlines Remote worker challenges for 2021

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Studies Offer Glimpses into Remote Work Security Practices — Redmondmag.com

Its report, “The State of Remote Work Security 2021,” was a small study of 287 U.S. IT and cybersecurity professionals, which was conducted via online surveys in January 2021. The report was sponsored by content security firm archTIS Ltd., and its subsidiary Nucleus Cyber. The report is available at this page.   The main security risks of remote work, as reported by the study’s participants, included end user exposure to malware and phishing attempts (39 percent), followed by data protection (36 percent), work from unmanaged resources (14 percent) and ensuring the compliance of regulated end users (9 percent).

In this study, IT pros were asked to rank the biggest security challenges associated supporting remote workers. Those challenges included, in part:

    • “User awareness and training” (57 percent)
    • “Home/public Wi-Fi network security” (52 percent)
    • “Sensitive data leaving perimeter” (46 percent)
    • “Increased security risks” (45 percent)
    • “Use of personal devices/BYOD” (38 percent)
    • “Lack of visibility” (34 percent)

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