Younger Employees Identified as 'Main Culprits' of Security Breaches

Michael Hill

New research from Centrify has assessed managerial attitudes towards younger employees (18-24-year-olds) and their security, privacy and online behaviors at work.

Released at a press launch event in central London yesterday, Centrify’s survey revealed that, of the 500 senior decision makers polled, more than a third believe the younger generation are the ‘main culprits’ for security breaches, with 37% stating they are too relaxed about security measures, too trusting in new technology (35%) and share data too easily (30%).

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