Cyber Crime: Check Point shows remote work brings more risk


Organizations allow their employees to entree corporate resources remotely the SASE model reports the restrictions of traditional network architectures meeting networking and security in the cloud.

Cyberattacks and threats have enlarged as hackers have taken benefit of the change to remote and hybrid work. A new survey by IT security firm Check Point Software Technologies exposed how organizations are wedged by the pandemic, mainly when it involves IT and security plans.

It authorizes that there’s a rising shift near cloud-based security and secure access service edge (SASE) solutions. As organizations allow their employees to access corporate possessions remotely the SASE model reports the boundaries of outdated network architectures converging networking and security in the cloud.

According to 45 percent of all respondents’ organizations are at sophisticated risk of cyberattacks as they shift to remote working. The industries broadcasting the very best level of cyberattacks were financed 54 percent, utilities 52 percent, and manufacturing 47 percent.

The highest three issues IT and security professionals deal with are scaling performance 46 percent, addressing privacy and data sovereignty concerns 42 percent, and supporting remote access for employees unmanaged devices 40 percent.

To meet the hike in demand for remote working, 69 percent of security professionals are adding on-prem capacity; 66 percent are moving to cloud-based security and surprisingly, 36 percent do both. When enabling remote access to corporate apps, 70 percent consider the safety of applications against cyberattacks and zero-day threats to be of high importance.

Also, 94 percent are conversant in the secure access service edge framework, but adoption is slow, with 9 percent having already implemented it and 21 percent getting to do so.

 Rafi Kretchmer, vice-president of product marketing of Check Point Software said that the shift to remote and hybrid work is one among the foremost important changes to possess taken place as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Many organizations have had to compromise network performance and protection across their distributed environments because they use multiple different point products, which results in management complexity and fragmented threat visibility.


45 percent saw an uptick in cyber-attacks with the shift to remote work

Data exfiltration and leakage 55 percent, phishing emails 51 percent, and account takeover 44 percent saw the highest increase

Scaling performance 46 percent, ensuring privacy 42 percent and supporting BYOD 40 percent top administration challenges with remote access

Follow and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here