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The global report shows that the proportion of Chinese enterprises that allow most employees to work remotely has increased more than fivefold after the epidemic.

according to Zogby's analysis and research, 1077 respondents from 9 countries, including China control electromechanical rotating country, said they are increasingly relying on cloud technology and see more and more network security attacks

Beijing, China, August 21, 2020 - infoblox and Zogby analytics, the leading enterprise of secure cloud hosting network services, conducted an investigation and released an investigation report on the continuous it challenges faced by enterprises during the suspension of the COVID-19. The survey found that although the suspension has been for half a year, enterprises are still exploring the best solution to optimize their telecommuting experience. The survey covered 1077 respondents from the United States, Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, China, Japan, Australia and Singapore. The main survey results show that:

borderless enterprises will continue to exist. More than 90% of enterprise decision makers regard enterprise digital transformation and cloud hosting services as priorities. Before and after the suspension caused by the epidemic, the number of enterprises that let most employees telecommute increased from 21% to 70%, more than tripled. 40% of the enterprises surveyed (less than 8ram times their plumb error before the outbreak of the COVID-19) said that they would allow most employees to work remotely permanently. As far as China is concerned, before the outbreak of the epidemic, only one in ten enterprises allowed more than half of their employees to work remotely (90% of the surveyed enterprises had less than 50% of their telecommuting staff); After the outbreak, the number of Chinese enterprises increased to 63%

enterprises are still seeking to build their own IT infrastructure and security control solutions to optimize the remote office environment. The interviewed enterprises said that in the process of switching to the remote office mode, the distribution of approved equipment (35%), the construction of network infrastructure (35%), and the protection of network security (29%) to ensure that the trained personnel can effectively master the technology of equipment dispensing and troubleshooting are the main challenges faced by enterprise it. For Chinese enterprises alone, building network infrastructure (44%) and distributing approved equipment (40%) are the biggest challenges

mitigating security threats and realizing network visualization are still the primary issues to ensure the security of remote office environment. 68% of the interviewers said that better threat detection and mitigation technologies can enable enterprises to further expand the scale of telecommuting. Specifically, they hope to better visualize the management of enterprise network devices (65%), cloud applications used by employees (61%), and attacked devices (46%). In China, 80% of respondents believe that better threat detection and/or migration technology is the most important; 70% of the respondents said that the visualization of enterprise network equipment is also very important

security incidents continue to rise. Half of the enterprises surveyed said they had suffered more frequent cyber attacks, with China (61%) and Australia having the largest increase; Only a quarter of enterprises said that they were less vulnerable to network attacks. Respondents also said that malware attacks against edge devices (74%) and phishing and other social engineering attacks (73%) were the most common types of attacks. Chinese enterprises surveyed also said that malware attacks (83%) and phishing attacks (74%) are the most common, and 56% of Chinese enterprises surveyed have turned their IT resources to network security

some enterprises have changed their strategies to allow employees with large travel to use personal applications to promote office collaboration. 63% of the surveyed enterprises allow employees to use WhatsApp, zoom, houseparty and other applications for communication and collaboration. In China, 61% of enterprises allow employees to use personal applications, while 37% of enterprises strictly prohibit the use

some enterprises use cloud security tools, especially DDI series products (DNS, DHCP and IP address management) to protect the network security of borderless enterprises. 59% of the global enterprises surveyed plan to further increase their investment in DNS to ensure the security of their extended networks, while the proportion in China reaches 65%. 75% of Chinese enterprises surveyed also said they would invest in multi factor authentication to protect their networks

Lin Zicong, general manager of infoblox Greater China, said: when the moratorium caused by the COVID-19 began, enterprises were eager to enable telecommuting overnight. Their primary task is only to ensure that employees can access enterprise applications from home. However, sometimes employees will use unsafe personal devices to work

Lin Zicong added: at present, most enterprises and institutions can meet the basic requirements of telecommuting, and the research report further emphasizes the need for more security control measures. In order to meet this demand, most of the surveyed enterprises are using DNS to quickly provide a secure basic layer for home office employees. Using hybrid DNS security solutions such as bloxone thread defense, enterprises can create ubiquitous visualization and security layers in their extended infrastructure

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