A recent report points to a a cadre of new or emerging technologies that are filling a specific post-COVID need for businesses. Seen here is the Kaspersky Lab booth at Hannover Messe, where the company presented its cybersecurity solutions for Industry 4.0, focusing on machine learning and IoT, among other things. (Photo by Joern Pollex/Getty Images for Kaspersky Lab)

By now, it’s news to approximately no one that the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically and perhaps permanently altered the way companies do business.

As COVID-19 has upended our way of life and sent workers home, it has also caused widespread reevaluation of emerging IT and security trends. New research this week sheds new light on how the pandemic is impacting innovation priorities and technology adoption in the cybersecurity space.

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