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More Than Half of CEOs Download Software Knowing It’s Not IT-Approved

October 2, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Security Awareness, Phishing, Social Engineering

Fifty-nine percent of CEOs and 41 percent of business leaders admit to downloading software knowing it may not be approved. The top reason was that the added software provided by the company isn’t as good as other software packages that are available (39%).
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