Many workers still aren’t taking basic security steps

Many workers still aren't taking basic security steps


Cybersecurity advocacy group, National Cybersecurity Alliance, and cybersecurity experts polled 2,000 people. Less than half of respondents said their most important online accounts have unique passwords. A fifth never or rarely work on diversifying their passwords, and a third never install software updates. If IT pros want the general public to adopt better security standards, they need to make these solutions more “human-centric”.

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