A little more than 20 months ago, many people around the world were asked or instructed to work from home to help slow the spread of COVID-19. It caused a seismic change to the way we all do business.
Now, our latest research reveals how IT decision makers’ security concerns have been changed by enduring from home for so long; how they’ve adapted with new tools and training; and how confident they now are in their remote employees’ approach to security.
It also sounds a warning: That while employees care about getting security right, many are also suffering from “fear fatigue”. Adrenaline-fuelled anxiety and adaptation have left them feeling jaded or overwhelmed, making them vulnerable to simple security mistakes.