5 High-Risk Security Blunders of Senior Managers

In a recent survey, many senior leaders admitted to frequently engaging in high-risk behavior.
January 10, 2014


Fifty-one percent of senior managers have taken files with them after leaving a job, which is twice as many as the general workforce overall.

As pointed out by Stoz Friedberg's report, "Senior management generally has more access to valuable information than lower-ranking employees. All three behaviors [uploading work files to personal accounts, rampant misfiring of sensitive information, and taking files from the job] increase the risk of proprietary information getting into the wrong hands. "

Read more about this study here.

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