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Generational differences in security, privacy attitudes

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Aug 8, 2016.

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    The wave of Millennials entering the workforce are not only affecting how companies treat their employees when it comes to work-at-home, device and other policies, it’s also affecting the security of the company’s systems. Millennials who grew up with technology have a different attitude towards releasing information (whether inadvertently or not) than older generations, who remember a time when such technologies didn’t exist.

    In the latest episode of Security Sessions, I spoke with Ted Harrington, a security consultant with Independent Security Evaluators, about how companies can better train employees based on some of these generational attitudes.

    Among the highlights of the video are the following sections:

    0:56 The importance of the difference between security and privacy.

    1:35 The differences on how Baby Boomers and Millennials view privacy.

    3:28 How do those different views affect how Boomers and Millennials treat security policies?

    4:55 Why an employee’s role is just as important as their age when it comes to security training.

    06:36 The obligatory “what about Generation X?” question.

    07:15 Other training advice when it comes to messaging towards different generations.

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