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Risks of Mobile Browsing

Mobile Browsing: Is Your Company at Risk 6 în 10 ANUNHU 1ON 90% companies allow 25% to 100% of workforce remote access to servers* say that managing security of remote users is challenging Strongly Agree 3/% QQ00D J00000 Agree Somewhat 35% DC Agree Slightly 18% QOR0A Disagree 10% QODRR *via laptops, tablets and smartphones COMPANIES with MOBILE WORKFORCES are vulnerable to attacks. 50% OF COMPANIES WITH REMOTE USERS HAD WEBSITE COMPROMISED ATTACKS ON COMPANIES WITH REMOTE USERS IN 2012 6 in 10 5 in 10 4 in 10 Phishing Attack Web Site Compromised, Drive-by Download, Keylogger/Spyware Passwords Hacked IMPACTS OF WEB-BORNE ATTACKS are high for firms with mobile workforce. SEVERE, MAJOR, OR MODERATE IMPACT OF CYBER ATTACKS ON MOBILE WORKFORCE COMPANIES 50% 75% 68% of U.S. Companies with remote users estimate that web-borne 54% attacks cost 50% %$: 2012 25,000- 10 Million in What can companies do 1 Integrate Browser-Based URL Filtering 2 Enforce Device-Level Security 3 Perform Real-Time Reputation Rating 4 Deploy Antiphishing Detection Establish Content Control Policies About the Study: Based on a 2012 online survey of 500 Web security decision-makers in companies with 100 to 5,000 employees in the US and UK. The margin of error for the study is +/- 4.4 percentage points at the 95 percent level of confidence. WEBROOT Negatively impacted company financials. Compromised the security of customer data. Disrupted employee productivity. Increased help desk time to repair damage.

Risks of Mobile Browsing

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