The 7 Deadly Sins Of Information Security

No. 7: Social Disease

The sin that comes after hooking up with another man's Wi-Fi is, potentially, a social disease (of sorts). According to the survey, 67 percent of young workers think corporate social media policies are outdated. But, that's probably not such a big deal, given that 70 percent of them admit that they routinely ignore the IT policies anyway. No word on whether they would be more likely to follow the policies if those policies were more up to date and Generation Y-ish. Given this collective thumb-nosing, 52 percent of enterprises have seen an increase of malware infections due to employees' use of social media.

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