User Behavior Study Reveals Gaping Holes in InfoSec
Your IT team is embarking on digital transformation efforts that are intended to make the business more connected and enhance both the user and customer experience. So how do you make sure such efforts don’t actually put your brand reputation at risk? It all starts with understanding who “the users” are that make up your organization. We dug into the data to do just that.
In a new research study, Code42 examined file usage behavior across more than 1,200 laptops to learn how users get their work done–what files they create, where they store them, and how they share and interact with their data.
Watch the webinar to learn:
The results of the research study on user behavior
The user work styles we found consistent across all organizations
How user work styles differ when creating, storing, and sharing files
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Mark Wojtasiak, senior director of market research, Code42
As senior director of market research at Code42, Mark, commonly referred to as Woj, leads our market research, competitive intel and product marketing teams. Woj joined Code42 in 2016 bringing more than 20 years of B2B storage, cloud and data security experience with him. When not immersed in the market, he spends a majority of his time with his wife and two girls, his lab Lucy, playing golf and cheering on the University of Arizona Wildcats and his beloved Chicago Cubs, Bears, Bulls and Blackhawks.
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