The expansion of both remote and hybrid workplaces brings new opportunities to organizations. But the expansion of access, increased number of endpoints, and desire for employees to work from anywhere on any device has also introduced new threats and risks. In 2020, Microsoft protected customers from 30 billion email threats, 6 billion threats to endpoint devices, and processed more than 30 billion authentications. Yet most employees still struggle to avoid clicking phishing links in email, spoofed websites, and more. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) shows a more than five-fold increase in hardware attacks over three years, and Microsoft’s initial Security Signals report found that more than 80 percent of Vice Presidents and above admitted to experiencing a hardware attack in the last two years.