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Mind the Generation Gap

Expectations to the contrary, digital natives are often guilty of sloppy cyber security habits
It will come as no surprise to anyone even vaguely aware of today’s changing social order that a new digital generation is rapidly taking over the corporate world. Seemingly overnight, this demographic cohort born between roughly 1980 and 2000, has become the largest generation in the North American workforce. And according to statistics from the UN, more than 40 percent of the world's population is under the age of 25.

At the same time a profound shift is happening in the way we work and the means we use to get it done. Technology and mobility have spawned a whole new set of workaday tools that a decade ago only existed in the minds of science fiction writers. Meaning this new generation of workers and these new workplace tools were made for – and by – each other. So it should logically follow that this tribe of digital natives should be more sophisticated in matters of cyber security.

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