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How the under 30s expect new approaches to cybersecurity

A new report by NTT shows that employees under 30 pose a bigger risk security risk to companies than older workers because they are less inclined to follow cybersecurity best practices.

When compared to employees aged 30-45 and 46-60, under-30s tend to be less concerned about the security implications of using personal devices at work; more likely to pay attackers in case of a ransomware attack; more optimistic about the time it would take their organization to bounce back after a cybersecurity breach; more likely to consider cybersecurity only the responsibility of the IT department; but also more concerned that their firm lacks the cybersecurity skills and resources needed to protect itself against threat actors.

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