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Computer Lock? What Lock?

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 04-03-2012 Print
You work overtime making sure that your company's data and networks remain safe and secure. The ugly truth is that your users are probably the weakest link in your defenses. Whether driven by malfeasance or sheer frustration, it's not uncommon for your employees to circumvent or ignore the many safeguards and best practices you've put in place. Based on conversations with IT executives, a review of recent research, and our own observations of workplace behavior, we've compiled this list of the 8 most egregious tech behaviors you'll want to look out for.


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