LastPass surveyed global IT decision makers across a variety of industries to determine the impact of remote work to IAM1
Has your IAM strategy changed in regards to remote workforce management?
- 96% of organizations say remote work has impacted their IAM strategy.
- Almost every organization needed to reevaluate their IAM strategy in order to secure employees working from anywhere.
How are IT leaders adapting their IAM strategy to secure a remote workforce?
- 62% businesses believe multifactor authentication (MFA) is the most effective way to secure their remote workforce.
- MFA adds an additional layer of security to every login – helping to ensure remote employees are who they say they are.
What is the ultimate goal of implementing these secure remote work technologies?
- #1 Securing ng access for employees is ranked as the top IAM priority for remote work.
- Businesses are most focused on facilitating secure access – no matter where employees are working from.
Given how resource-constrained IT teams are, how high of a priority is secure remote work?
- 59% strongly agree that IAM is a top priority over the next 12 months.
- Looking at the next year, we can expect to see a large number of businesses prioritize adapting their IAM strategies to secure a remote workforce.
How critical is IAM to an organization’s overall remote work security strategy?
- 98% of IT decision makers agree IAM is critical to securing their remote workforce.
- Almost every business agrees - IAM is critical for a secure remote workforce.
- LastPass IDG Rapid Response Poll, June 2020