Working remotely from home has hit new heights during the coronavirus pandemic. More employees than ever are doing so, and although the option to work in your PJ’s can be liberating, there are some security challenges this “new normal” creates. While 43% of Americans say they want to continue working remotely even after the economy fully reopens, it’s creating significant security challenges for employers and IT. Those using their personal devices for remote work add even more security risks to the mix.
A recent report by Tessian, “The State of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) 2020” takes a closer look at how Americans are working from home during the pandemic. The report finds that security protocols followed at an office often lose their way in a remote environment. The reasons behind these security lapses are many and Tessian’s report finds insight into the problem.
Read the full story via the SoS Daily News.com.