Two-thirds (65%) of UK workers feel more vulnerable to data hacks than they did a year ago.
According to new research from Citrix, the majority (71%) of respondents cited data theft as inevitable at some point. And one in three (33%) 16 to 25-year-olds feel much more vulnerable to hacks, compared with just 15% of over-55s.
The sheer number of high-profile data breaches in the last 12 months has resulted in workers feeling more vulnerable to hackers than ever before, said Chris Mayers, chief security architect, Citrix. This is especially prevalent in younger age groups, who are more likely to have large volumes of important data stored and maintained online.
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