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Top 9 data security trends in 2021

Vijay Tiwari

Vijay Tiwari

Last updated 16/10/2020


Top 9 data security trends in 2021

Remote work will prompt more phishing attacks and threats to accounting and advertising divisions, as indicated by IT security directors. 

In the period of COVID-19, remote work is here—and understanding in for the long haul, as indicated by Gartner. Besides in a fundamentally shifting the climate in which representatives and supervisors connect, remote work has different more subtle outcomes—to be specific, expanded weakness to attacks. 

To survey the best cybersecurity threats organizations are confronting today, and the 10 patterns they should keep watch out for in 2021, Getapp, the product recommendation organization, conversed with 83 IT security supervisors for its Annual Data Security Report. Report have comments on this like  "less protection for remote employees is the absolute most ordinary vulnerability facing organizations today."

Here are the 9 patterns to watch, according to the report: 

1. Remote work is the top concern

The report suggests that organizations establishment "a common distant work strategy and by embracing the correct programming apparatuses that guarantee organization data is safe when gotten to distantly" to forestall attacks. 

 

2. For businesses that allow access to company data, data breaches are four times more common.

As per the report, representatives should just access information that is basic to their activity execution, to forestall cyberattacks "caused both by malicious information robbery and unintentional information loss." The organizations that do permit full admittance to organization information are bound to report an information break (50.7% of breach reported) rather than those that limit information access (12.6%). 

 

3.Data classification alone is not sufficient. 

Categorizing data as open, inner, and private are as often as possible utilized by organizations (82%), yet "these projects alone have demonstrated inadequate to limit get to and forestall data breaches," as indicated by the report. Most of the organizations (62%) are as yet offering representatives admittance to information that they don't require—and these organizations are supposedly 2.5 times bound to encounter data breaches. Data access controls and verification ought to be the first concerns. 

 

4. Phishing schemes are spiking and becoming more harmful

As per the report, "80% of employee report accepting phishing messages, contrasted with 73% in 2019, and employees are 15% bound to tap on a noxious connection." specifically, advertising employees were the most probable (38%) to tap on these malignant connections. 

 

5. A third of employees hit by account takeovers

While account takeovers are the same old thing, COVID-19 has made about a knock of online exchanges. "TransUnion detailed a 347 percent extension in account takeovers centered on online retail clients from 2018 to 2019. What's more, the situation will only be worsened by increased dependency on the internet company," the report notes.

 

6. Improved confirmation strategies

The utilization of two-factor confirmation went up 18% and is utilized by 82% of organizations in 2020. What's more, the utilization and biometric data security, for example, the utilization of fingerprints and facial acknowledgment—went from 27% in 2019 to 53% in 2020. 

 

7. Ransomware affected 28% of organizations

In the course of the most recent a year, almost 33% of organizations were hit with ransomware—of this gathering, 75% paid. In any case, just 70% of those could recover their information. 

 

8. VR/AR use nearly triples

In 2020, 17% of organizations bridle AR and VR for preparing purposes—and advanced showcasing and bookkeeping report much more prominent utilization of these apparatuses, up to 35%. Preparing has moved from the physical to the virtual, and more workers, 71%, are detailing that they should go to security preparing yearly. 

 

9. 86% of organizations are more concerned about data security

The business shifts introduced by COVID-19, have brought about expanded worries among IT offices. In any case, information on data security guidelines, for example, the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) have pointedly risen in the most recent year. 

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He is one of the first writers of our NovelVista blogs. During his years as a DevOps professional, he has achieved 5 certifications including ITIL4 Expert, DevOps Master, PRINCE2 Practitioner, PMP Certified, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. Besides being an expert in DevOps & Automation Implementation, GAP Analysis, Automation Tools, Git, Docker, Jenkin, Process Definition, Implementation, Compliance, Quality Assurance, and Program Governance he has a keen interest in penning down his knowledge in an interesting way to keep the audiences glued.

 
 

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