The global pandemic changed many aspects of our business lives, and the cybersecurity world is no different. Since companies nearly overnight had to close their office doors and adapt,it opened the door to many crimes in the USA, cyber security threats and gave IT managers a great number of headaches trying to manage so many endpoints. A whopping 62% of Americans turned to working from home at some point last year because of the pandemic. 91% of organizations are intending to increase their cybersecurity budgets, so you’re in good company. It’s time to learn how securing remote work can happen.
So what can be done to improve security from the standpoint of all of these remote workers? Improving passwords is a good start to better cybersecurity measures. MFA, otherwise known as multi factor authentication might lull you into the perception that it’s going to be secure enough to support your enterprise. Think again – it’s been proven to not work on a massive scale. While it’s true that no system is completely secure, it is time to step up the security game while simultaneously making things easier for your users.
Learn more about how to build the technologies needed to support the future of remote work through better passwords and passwordless security. More in the visual deep dive below: