CISOs believe that the impact of the pandemic will alter the way their business assesses risk for at least the next five years.
A CSO survey highlights that US CISOs have experienced 26% more cyberattacks since the coronavirus crisis began.
A situation that would be incomprehensible only six months ago and that raises several questions:
How long will it last?
What is the level of preparation of the companies?
How is it affecting your security?
In general, company directors expect teleworking situations and social restrictions to last seven weeks. A quarter ago, 16.5% of the respondents did telework , while 77.7% do it now.
This increase in demand has represented a challenge for the technological areas to enable infrastructure, connectivity, access, devices, etc. in record time.
Up to 67% have indicated that their security infrastructure is prepared for the risks associated with the new operating environment and 22% of organizations indicate that they have acquired new security solutions to face the new work dynamics. And, surprisingly, only 7% of small firms have come to the market to condition their tools in these times.