As the workforce grows increasingly remote or hybrid, companies face new and different cybersecurity risks. And we're not just talking about employees sending money to faux Nigerian princes or signing up to "get rich quick" schemes. Remote work can expose your company to a greater number of threats, and this means that fixing associated vulnerabilities is more important than ever.Since October was Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we decided to take a look at how you can keep your company safe from cybercriminals while doing remote and hybrid work.
- How many people attended cybersecurity awareness training? What was discussed?
- How many people have actually read and accepted the policy?
- How are you categorizing incidents that occur?
- How many endpoint protection alerts are you receiving?
- How many respondents have reported a phishing attempt?
- How many successful phishing attacks have there been?
- How often are your employees proactively engaging with your security team to raise issues, concerns, and collaborate?