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CISOs are split on whether to favor worker productivity or corporate security with remote-work policies


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2020-10-20 12:15:26
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The responses reveal deep divisions in how differently security execs are responding in the face of real business continuity challenges posed by the pandemic. For example, 26% of CISOs surveyed have introduced more stringent endpoint security and corporate access measures since the arrival of the pandemic, while 35% have relaxed their security policies in order to foster greater productivity among remote workers; 39% have left their security policies the same, according to a new study.

The responses reveal deep divisions in how differently security execs are responding in the face of real business continuity challenges posed by the pandemic. For example, 26% of CISOs surveyed have introduced more stringent endpoint security and corporate access measures since the arrival of the pandemic, while 35% have relaxed their security policies in order to foster greater productivity among remote workers; 39% have left their security policies the same, according to a new study.

Source: security magazine
Source Link: https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/93587-cisos-are-split-on-whether-to-favor-worker-productivity-or-corporate-security-with-remote-work-policies


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