2021 Data Exposure Report: A Perfect Storm for Insider Risk
COVID-19 drives up risky behavior as employees prioritize productivity
Insider Risk is a data protection problem.
Findings from the Code42 2021 Data Exposure Report highlight the urgent need for organizations to implement a new approach to data protection, one that enables collaboration while providing security teams with signals of risk in user behavior and data movement.
Code42, in partnership with Ponemon Institute, surveyed U.S. business decision makers and IT security leaders.
Learn more about the factors that are leading to the growing problem of Insider Risk.
Learn more about what’s putting your business at risk
COVID-19 was a force accelerator and perfect storm during 2020 for insiders to put data at risk.
Employees are 85% more likely today to leak files than they were pre-COVID.
No Insider Risk program
Organizations are faced with multiple challenges when it comes to building and running Insider Risk programs.
More than half of organizations don’t have an Insider Risk Response Plan and 40% don’t assess how effectively their technologies mitigate insider threats.
Security teams are operating in maintenance mode with outdated tools, which aren’t adapted to the collaboration tech we use in our daily work.
59% of IT security leaders expect Insider Risks to increase in the next two years.
When it comes to Insider Risk, is your business prepared for what’s to come?
To learn more, download the 2021 Data Exposure Report.