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Interaction in a professional and business sense is a key focus of businesses wanting to participate in the metaverse, which offers a new space to learn, conduct business and collaborate.


Safety and security are the top factors affecting the commitment to operate in a virtual environment, even ahead of macroeconomic concerns.



Respondents to the Tenable study made the following recommendations:

1. Shift left in the metaverse – Building cybersecurity into software code will be important in securing metaverses.

2. Identify all cloud misconfigurations and vulnerabilities – Don’t just focus on the new threats but also reduce the risk of existing threats on current assets before transcending the metaverse.

3. Gain visibility into all internet-facing assets – Security teams need to be aware of their full virtual footprint.



This Tenable online survey was conducted from Oct. 25 – Nov. 8, 2022, with 1,500 professionals representing roles in cybersecurity, DevOps and IT engineering. Respondents came from organisations with 26 or more employees in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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