As businesses try to deliver a seamless hybrid experience of work from home and office, Tessian’s Securing the Future of Hybrid Working report reveals the security risks they must overcome and the pressures on IT teams.
The majority of IT decision makers (82%) think that employees are at greater risk of phishing attacks when working remotely. Their concerns are valid; over three-quarters (78%) of employees said they received a phishing email while working on their personal laptop between March and July 2020, and 68% admitted to clicking a link or downloading an attachment within that email.
In fact, nearly half of companies surveyed experienced a data breach or security incident between March and July 2020, with half being caused by phishing attacks – making it the leading cause of security incidents during this period of remote working.
Source: Half of Organizations Experienced Security Incidents While Working Remotely, Reveals New Data – socPub