With the proliferation of remote work environments, IT security professionals need to protect against threats from multiple angles. To safeguard digital communications, security leaders are turning to digital risk protection (DRP): operational processes that combine intelligence, detection, and response across public (e.g., web, corporate social media) and non-public (e.g., enterprise collaboration tools, employees’ social/mobile accounts) attack surfaces.
IT security leaders understand what is needed for successful digital risk protection, but they are still dealing with limitations and vulnerabilities in protecting digital communications. When it comes to digital communication risks, IT security leaders are most concerned about data loss (46%), followed by malware and ransomware attacks. (37%)
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