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Findings of our survey show that cyber awareness training is badly needed for organizations
Employees are the weakest link in your security chain. Studies have found that over 90% of all cyber breaches happen because of human error. Even with the best of intentions, sometimes their actions can lead to major cybersecurity faux pas. But, how much of it is because of poor behavior or bad decisions by employees when it comes to use of their corporate-owned devices? Mimecast recently commissioned a Google Consumer Research survey with 1,000 participants to learn more about how everyday employees across numerous sectors are using their work-issued devices. Let’s look at the key numbers—and how they can help inform a strategy for combating potential workplace misuse and cybersecurity lapses. Workplace security practices by the numbers. 30%. This is about how many survey respondents are using their company-issued devices for personal reasons for at least one hour per day. Further to that point, 55% display the same browsing behavior for at least 30 minutes every day. In total, 69% of employees admitted to using these devices for their own personal use.
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