How to foster a culture of security in uncertain times

How to foster a culture of security in uncertain times

With the pandemic, the switch to remote working on a much larger scale than companies were used to has accelerated digital transformation efforts. In fact, a recent survey by Opinium on behalf of AT&T Business found that almost half (47%) of companies in Europe expect more digital transformation of business processes and cloud implementation in the year to come.

However, by speeding up the deployment of digital technologies, this acceleration has the potential to dramatically expand the attack surface and subsequently, cyber risks. This is evidenced by the same report that found 70% of large business believe remote working makes them more vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

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