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Ask Slashdot: How Can We Create a Culture of Secure Behavior? 169

Posted by Soulskill
from the start-giving-$50-citations-for-bad-passwords dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Despite the high news coverage that large breaches receive, and despite tales told by their friends about losing their laptops for a few days while a malware infection is cleared up, employees generally believe they are immune to security risks. They think those types of things happen to other, less careful people. Training users how to properly create and store strong passwords, and putting measures in place that tell individuals the password they've created is 'weak' can help change behavior. But how do we embed this training in our culture?"
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