From SolarWinds and the software supply chain to blackmail attacks, from deep fakes to remote workers, these threats and trends will define the cyberrisk landscape in 2021.
After the COVID-19 pandemic, prioritizing common events and dismissing seemingly remote risks is no longer an acceptable risk management strategy.
Employers that want to mandate vaccinations must consider these key risks.
Political disagreements in the workplace can threaten office cohesion and productivity.
How will the Biden administration and new Democratic Congress impact policy?
New employment practices liability insurance exclusions demand careful review.
In the pandemic’s wake, crisis management and continuity planning must evolve.
How do you manage cyberrisk when best practices and work tasks conflict?
Women were more likely to be impacted by shutdowns because they were more likely to operate “non-essential” businesses and face increased domestic responsibilities.
Security challenges have made cloud storage less popular with businesses.
A majority of employees want to stay working remotely and some would even quit their job if their employer did not allow it.