How Insecure Do You Think You Are?
A new Cisco sponsored global study of 1,000 remote workers indicates that IT workers may well be engaged in more insecure activities than they are willing to admit.
Users are apparently aware of insecure activities, such as opening e-mail attachments from unknown senders; yet they still open the attachments and e-mails. The study, which was conducted by research firm InsightExpress, reveals a number of such security contradictions. How Insecure Do You Think You Are?
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