sponsored by IronKey
Posted:  26 May 2009
Published:  26 May 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  34  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

In this presentation, speaker Larry Poneman, of the Poneman Institute, highlights the results of a recent study which found that an astonishing percentage of employees admit to noncompliance with internal security policies. These noncompliant workplace behaviors are associated with USB memory sticks, web-based email, social media, and mobile devices. Additional findings include employees' thoughts on the training they have received in relation to internal security and how their general attitudes towards the company affect their level of compliance.

Read this presentation transcript to examine the detailed findings of this study, to see how current behaviors compare to the findings of a similar study conducted two years ago, and to better understand the need for security solutions provided by IronKey.

Compliance (Systems Operations) | Data Security | Employee Monitoring | Internal Threats | Mobile Device Management | Mobile Workers | Security Management | Security Policies | Security Threats | Social Computing | USB

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