ESG: The Freedom to Communicate and Collaborate
With workers now collaborating in a predominantly virtual space, organizations depend on methods of digital communication beyond email. Cloud-based collaboration tools offer a slew of productivity benefits, but they also provide bad actors with new and invasive attack opportunities.
Download The Freedom to Communicate and Collaborate from ESG to learn:
How your peers are thinking about security across all cloud communications
Which opportunities they’re considering to mitigate risk across collaboration applications
Where this expanding threat vector fits into modern security strategies and practices
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The ESG Survey: The Freedom to Communicate and Collaborate is a third-party analysis commissioned by Abnormal Security and conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). The report surveys nearly 500 IT and cybersecurity professionals to identify key challenges, objectives, and security risks present across collaborative cloud applications.
After viewing this resource, you are eligible for 1 CPE credit through ISC2.