[SecurityWeek] In a Hybrid Workplace, Men Are More Likely to Engage in Risky Behavior Than Women: Study

The likelihood of a complete return to the office post-pandemic is low; the probability of an ongoing hybrid home/office work environment is much higher. Security teams will need to continue and possibly expand their plans to secure remote personal devices operating in a hostile environment perhaps indefinitely.

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