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August 19, 2022
HR Technologies

Firms doing too little to tackle employee data breaches

Insider data breaches are a major concern for 97 percent of IT leaders, according to new research. About three quarters believe that employees have put data at risk in the past 12 months accidentally (78 percent) or intentionally (75 percent). When asked about the implications of these breaches, more than two in five said financial damage would be the area of greatest impact. More than 500 IT leaders and 5000 employees were polled across the UK, US and Benelux regions for the survey from Egress (registration required). Of those employees who had accidentally leaked data, four in ten had done…
Firms doing too little to tackle employee data breaches

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