Millennials pose the greatest risk to sensitive and confidential data in the workplace, according to a new study which found that nearly three quarters (71%) of Australian security, IT and business professionals consider the growing number of millennials to be an increasing risk to the IT infrastructure.
The average costs of a data breach for some Australian organisations have fallen 5% to A$2.51 million, down from A$2.64 million, compared to an average decrease in costs globally of 10%, according to a new report.
Virtualisation company VMware is collaborating with Intel Health and Life Sciences in an initiative it says is designed to help global healthcare organisations understand the current state of their security readiness.
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