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Secure Workspaces infographic

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Secure Workspaces infographic

  1. 1. Enterprises have to adapt to workspaces for tomorrow Global workforce will hit 3.85 billion by 2025 – 50% will be tech-savvy millennials who see work-life balance of high importance when evaluating job opportunities. US businesses lose USD 11 billion annually due to employee turnover - to attract and retain talent, enterprises should offer flexible work styles. Securing workspaces in a hyperconnected digital era The need to transform your workspace Definitions and expectations of work are going through radical change. Mobility and social networking are changing how, when, and where people consume, contribute, and share information. More personal devices for business use in the work place 60% of employees use social media such as LinkedIn of employees use consumer telephony applications such as Skype of employees use business conferencing applications such as WebEx 49% 47% ‘Work is something people do – not just a place they go’ Examining the current and future workspaces – changes to endpoints and the cyber risks they bring Technology allows us to work anywhere, on any device. By 2020, up to 1.55 billion workers will be responsible for work that doesn’t confine them to a desk. Legacy IT infrastructure must change to meet the demands of mobility and availability across devices, users, environment, applications, and emerging technologies in the new workspace. – Harvard Business Review 79% of enterprises have no formal incident response plan, with resources wasted on investigating data breaches … Dimension Data can help you to transform and secure your workspace in the digital era. • loss of intellectual property • lawsuits • reputational damage • loss of careers for executives Visit Source: Securing workspaces for tomorrow – A Frost & Sullivan white paper • incorrect information used during work • productivity loss • dissatisfied customers hiding in legitimate looking files such as Microsoft Word and PDF Workspaces aren’t ready for the cyber threats of tomorrow Cyber attacks are mostly undetectable today hiding in encrypted HTTPS traffic End users are identified as the weakest link… … endangering digitally enabled workspaces 54% of security professionals worldwide view phishing / social engineering as one of the top two most common threats disabling smart locks is possible with hacking tools – 75% of 16 different models can be unlocked Attacks on business emails cost US business between USD 25,000 - 75,000 a year vulnerable smart building management systems exposed to unauthorised access and manual overrides over the Internet Attacking vulnerable mobile devices Devices don’t have the same level of enterprise security when they work off-premises Personal productivity applications on mobile devices not sanctioned by the enterprise may contain malware Is your workspace ready for the cyber threats of tomorrow? The result? Past and present The future • employees are office bound • work from home policies do not exist • employees not allowed to bring their own devices On-premise network security On-premise data centres and corporate developed applications Potential cyber risks • unsecured wireless and LTE networks • mobile device attacks • attacks focused on cloud platforms • working remotely without security workloads and collaboration tools move to the cloud improved work-life balance Internet of Things augmented reality mobile sales force virtual meetings humanoid robots