Rethinking Security When We Live, Work, Play at Home

by Parks Associates | Jun. 10, 2020

The security of the average home network has become exponentially more critical due to the shelter-in-place and work-at-home policies which have caused more families to live, work, and play at home. Regardless of recent re-openings, many predict that the way we work and live may be fundamentally changed. When remote internet connectivity blurs the line between work and home, cybersecurity takes on a whole new value in addition to the regular concerns of today’s households. The increasing levels of connectivity in consumers’ lives provide easy targets for hackers and present security and privacy concerns for consumers.

Join us for a complimentary webinar, Rethinking Security When We Live, Work, Play at Home, on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. CT (12:00 p.m. PT, 9:00 p.m. CET), co-hosted with Bitdefender.

This webinar addresses the trends in home network usage and security adoption, the current state of security vulnerabilities and threats, and how ISPs can become the trusted provider of security for their connectivity and entertainment services.

Service providers have a vested interest in protecting the security and reliability of the home network for their customers. With more visibility into the home network and more granular controls for addressing threats, ISPs who partner with security solutions can reduce downtime and deliver the premium user experience consumers value.

Additional Parks Data:

  • Nearly 40% of consumers do not take any action to protect themselves from unauthorized access to their connected devices
  • 79% of consumers are concerned about data security or privacy issues
  • 35% of consumers report experiencing a data privacy or security issue in the past 12 months

Register today
to gain insights from industry experts as they discuss changes in consumer lifestyle patterns, home network usage, and incidence of security and privacy problems.

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