Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, businesses around the world have been grappling with the fallout and changing their IT operations on the fly. That has many research firms scrambling to revisit their IT or security market forecasts and pick up on new trends in the wake of the virus.

Technology research firm Forrester is making a number of evaluations for how the pandemic will upend security and tech in their 2021 cybersecurity predictions report, including big changes in how companies sell their wares or deal with insider threats and where Venture Capital firms choose to invest their dollars.

Insider threats have been around forever, but they have become much more widely discussed over the past decade as leaks high-profile leaks from Edward Snowden and others have splashed across the front page of newspapers and scores of companies and government agencies have reported data breaches.

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