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Submission + - Senior Managers Are The Worst Information Security Offenders

An anonymous reader writes: As companies look for solutions to protect the integrity of their networks, data centers, and computer systems, an unexpected threat is lurking under the surface—senior management. According to a new survey, 87% of senior managers frequently or occasionally send work materials to a personal email or cloud account to work remotely, putting that information at a much higher risk of being breached. 58% of senior management reported having accidentally sent the wrong person sensitive information, compared to just 25% of workers overall.
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Senior Managers Are The Worst Information Security Offenders

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