Special: How work and play changed in 2020

The way we work and play has changed significantly during 2020, no one could have predicted the challenges that would be encountered or how they would be solved. Our research has revealed that although many of the issues have been patched, the search for long-term solutions is on-going.

Many businesses are struggling to enable collaboration between workers at home and the solution may come from how we solve socializing digitally in our personal lives. As users we are drawn to services with intuitive experiences and the long-term success of remote working may rely on business adopting tools that provide this.

In this report we share trends that reveal how we have adapted to living and working from home. Our findings show that to collaborate and socialize remotely we need digital tools that are intuitive and natural to use.

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October 2020

In this month’s cloud security report, we dive into app permission categories and the types of applications that are most likely to pose a risk to corporate cloud applications. The Wandera Data Science team provides an analysis of the distribution of risk for applications containing the most prevalent intent filters.

We also look at third-party app stores, a number of new phishing domains identified and a roundup of September’s security news from all over the web.

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September 2020

In this month’s cloud security report, we refocus on phishing looking at the length of phishing URLs compared to safe URLs, what day of the week you’re most likely to be phished, and how phishing URLs are analyzed for risk.

On top of the above, we’ve got the usual iOS vs Android users, round up of security news from August and the top leaky apps we’ve seen in our database.

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August 2020

In August’s cloud security report, we focus on phishing. Since starting the series, COVID-19 has been a standout theme for phishing campaigns, however, recently, we’ve seen different tactics being used. We also looked at what time of day people are most likely to be phished.

On top of the above, we’ve got the usual iOS vs Android users, round up of security news from July, top leaky apps, and a segment from our Data Science team on risky app permissions.

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July 2020

The July Cloud Security Report focuses on productivity. While employees are working from home, productivity is an obvious concern for businesses; 82% of managers worry about the effect of virtual teams on productivity. Our data highlights some of the positive and negative effects of remote working.

Our Threat Research team also unearthed a number of phishing campaigns making use of high profile brands; these were identified and blocked for our customers.

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June 2020

The June Cloud Security Report looks at the trend in non-compliance, a big brand being used for online phishing, the top apps leaking your location, an update on financial institution phishing, a roundup of May’s cybersecurity news, and the latest from our data science team.

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May 2020

In the May Cloud Security Report, we dig into Office 365 phishing, how many people disable their lockscreens, some apps that are leaking your location data, two BIG brands that are being leveraged for phishing, and some analysis from our Data Science team.

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April 2020

The April Cloud Security Report looks at the threat of dangerous Wi-Fi connections, COVID-19 phishing trends, a number of phishing campaigns making use of premium brands, a roundup of April’s security news as well as Data Science monthly.

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March 2020

The March Cloud Security Report looks at the increased threat of phishing since commencement of lockdown, the number of devices reporting vulnerable OSs, inappropriate content consumption on corporate devices, the amount of data used by cloud storage, the dangers of shadow IT as well as an update from our Data Science team.

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