It is not news that security has been the top initiative for years for IT organizations, thanks to an ever growing and changing threat landscape populated by increasingly sophisticated bad actors. More than half of companies (54%) state it is ok to negatively affect the user experience for the sake of improved security. And nearly half (46%) admitted that it is acceptable to diminish user productivity to further increase security. It is key to acknowledge that the term “users” encompasses customers, employees, and partners.
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- How to balance security and user experience
- New technology affecting end user experience and visibility
- Why SASE and Zero-Trust are being aggressively adopted