Risky human behavior is viewed as one of the greatest threats to the security of a company’s data, according to a report published Wednesday.
The report from information security company Code42 indicates that human emotion, particularly executives’ feelings of ownership over their own work, is what puts a company at the greatest risk when it comes to losing precious data.
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