Two out of three worry about identity theft but half still engage in risky behavior

A new survey from identity management specialist SailPoint in conjunction with US National Cybersecurity Awareness Month finds two out of three professionals are extremely concerned about their personal identity being stolen. Yet despite this half admit that they would participate in the types of risky behavior that increase the threat of leaked information and a potential breach. Poor security habits include repeating personal login credentials across work accounts (22 percent), allowing someone else to use their office badge if they asked (19 percent), and snooping on a co-worker's salary if they were mistakenly given access to a file containing that… [Continue Reading]

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