Working from home has become an increasingly common phenomenon, with a recent Stanford University survey showing that 42% of U.S. workers now work from home full-time. This shift has led to an increasingly non-linear “work day/week”, with employees now getting their work done throughout their day, after putting the kids to bed, or while traveling.
Working hours are thus becoming an important key risk indicator (KRI) for enterprise leaders who seek to better understand risk exposure and monitor data access across their organization. With all these moving parts, how has your organization changed the way you gather risk indicators and align them with key performance indicators (KPIs)? What are you working on next to continue evolving your KRIs and KPIs?
Director Insider Risk Engineering
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