Almost two-thirds of the respondents (65%) say that Cybersecurity Training and awareness training campaigns don’t figure among top priorities.
This is according to the findings published in the latest report in application security. nVisium explored the current state of cybersecurity awareness and security training initiatives within today’s remote workforce. The research reveals that only 35% of respondents classify security awareness training as a ‘top priority’ while working remotely, and nearly half say that their DevOps teams are not experts in understanding how to protect at-home wireless networks.
Cybersecurity Training Budgets Haven’t Increased Since Start of Remote Working/ Work from Home
Nearly 60% of respondents say that their organization’s cybersecurity training investment costs have either decreased or stayed the same since the start of remote working.
Less than 30% of respondents say that integrating security tools and processes throughout the DevOps pipeline is a top priority.
“Our research highlights and proves the current gaps in security training initiatives, which exist across organizations globally,” said Jack Mannino, CEO at nVisium.