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Last year’s overnight shift to remote work drove rapid changes in security and IT priorities — resulting in more challenges than ever before.
Now, as teams prepare for a post-pandemic “new normal”, IT and security teams are facing fresh obstacles.
Axonius partnered with Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) for a global survey of IT and cybersecurity professionals to explore how the pandemic impacted IT complexity, and what security initiatives teams are prioritizing post-pandemic.
Register now for Cybersecurity Asset Management Trends 2021: The pandemic’s impact on cybersecurity and priorities for the future on June 16 at 1:00 p.m. E.T. Noah Simon and Jake Munroe of Axonius will dive into the survey’s findings to share key insights and takeaways from security leaders and practitioners worldwide, including:
72% of respondents report increased complexity over the past two years.
55% cite increased remote workers as the top cause of complexity (compared to only 22% last year)
87% say the pandemic has accelerated cloud infrastructure adoption
82% plan to increase investment in asset inventory
Jake Munroe – Product Marketing Manager, Axonius
Jake Munroe is a Product Marketing Manager at Axonius and has held various roles across the security space in consulting, marketing, and sales. Prior to joining the private sector, Jake served as a Navy Intelligence Analyst with an extensive background in counterterrorism, cyber threat intelligence, and open source intelligence (OSINT) investigations.
Noah Simon – Director of Product Marketing, Axonius
Noah Simon is Director of Product Marketing at Axonius. Noah is passionate about cybersecurity, and always seeking to understand how new technologies can help companies and individuals protect themselves from the continually evolving risk landscape. Noah has previously held product marketing roles at BitSight, Cybereason, and White Ops.
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