Over 30% of Employee Accounts Worldwide Compromised Since Starting Remote Work, According to OneLogin Study

SAN FRANCISCO, June 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, OneLogin, a global leader in identity and access management, released added findings from a survey of 5,000 remote workers showing just how freely employees use corporate devices for non-work related activity, regardless of cybersecurity hazards. The study found that 33% of workers have admitted to using a corporate Zoom account for online socializing with friends or family since they started working remotely. 30% of those surveyed admitted to having an online account compromised during that time, with 10% of these failing to change their password afterward. Click the full OneLogin ebook titled 2020 COVID-19 State of Remote Work Survey Report for more on the study.