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Most Employees Take Online Risks with Employers’ Safety, Survey Shows



Millennials are most likely to breach the personal and professional computing divide by installing apps without company approval, saving company files to personal cloud storage or engaging in other unsafe practices.

Study shows employees with access to company data who are tasked with keeping the company secure, such as IT personnel, are much more likely to engage in risky behavior than the average employee.

One in three IT professionals has given out their login and password credentials to other employees (compared to 19% across all respondents), while nearly 30 percent said they have accessed systems belonging to previous employers after they left the job (compared to only 13% among all respondents).

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