Emergent Futures Tumblelog

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Seven out of ten young employees who are aware of their companies’ IT policies acknowledge breaking those rules with varying regularity, according to a Cisco survey of more than 2,800 college students and young professionals in 14 countries. The most common reasons are employees’ belief that they aren’t doing anything wrong (33%), the need to access unauthorized applications for their jobs (22%), lack of enforcement (19%), lack of time to think about policies (18%), inconvenience of adhering to policies (16%), and forgetting to do so (15%). Almost two-thirds (61%) say the responsibility for protecting information and devices falls on IT or service providers, not individual employees.
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