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Centrify study of UK senior decision makers and workers reveals risk posed by 18-24-year-old workers to brand and jobs

Bracknell, UK — 21 June, 2018 — More than a third of senior executives believe that younger employees are the “main culprits” for data security breaches in the workplace according to a new independent study into attitudes of the next generation workforce about cybersecurity, commissioned by Centrify, a leading provider of Zero Trust Security through the power of Next-Gen Access.

More worrying is that the study also reveals that these same decision makers are doing very little to allay their own fears, with over a third of 18-24-year olds able to access any files on their company network and only one in five having to request permission to access specific files. Less than half (43%) have access only to the files that are relevant to their work.

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