Companies and customers are growing increasingly concerned about security in today’s digital-first world. Malicious actors have upped their game and cyberthreats are on the rise, causing many organizations to re-evaluate the security of their remote work tools.

Beyond your baseline security requirements, there are new threats to consider. According to a 2022 study commissioned by Go To, about half of support leaders (49%) report an increased risk of cyberattacks compared to two years ago. To meet support goals, they are prioritizing the ability to securely connect to end users and providing technicians with reliable and secure support tools — just not at the expense of a simple support experience.

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