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When it comes to digital security, millennials are slackers (but so are boomers)

Data from a survey of nearly 800 employed U.S. adults makes clear what enterprise IT security professionals have always known: Humans — of all ages! — are the single biggest security vulnerability in any enterprise. Conducted by payment technology solutions vendor First Data, the survey aimed to assess the cybersecurity awareness of different age groups among […]

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