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- Three-quarters rely on traditional VPNs for remote access while a third also use zero trust as part of their remote access strategy
- Over half plan to reduce third party/contractor access to systems due to security risks

Bracknell, UK - A report launched today by Menlo Security, a leader in cloud security, highlights growing concerns about securing users as the trend for hybrid and remote working is set to remain. The new report – which surveyed 500+ IT decision makers in the U.S. and the U.K., including a third at C-level – looks at attitudes to securing remote access to applications and resources and the adoption of zero trust solutions.

While most respondents (83%) say they are confident in their strategy for controlling access to applications for remote users, three-quarters are re-evaluating theirs in the wake of new ways of working and the growth in cloud...

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