92% of respondents said that cyberattacks on individuals are rising
Only 51% of security leaders and professionals are confident that their cybersecurity teams are ready to detect and respond to cyberattacks during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research by Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).
Only 59% said that their security teams have the required tools and resources at home while working remotely while 58% of respondents stated that hackers are taking advantage of the outbreak to steal digital assets and disrupt organizations’ operations.
While 92% of respondents said that cyberattacks on individuals are rising, 87% of them believe the rapid transition to remote work as the main cause. The survey findings are based on 3,700 IT audit, risk, governance, and cybersecurity professionals across 123 countries. read more
Source: CISO Mag