Quiet Quitting Can Potentially Lead to Insider Security Risks

The phenomenon known as “quiet quitting,” in which employees become disengaged from their work while formally remaining in their jobs, can lead to serious security risks, according to Tim Keary at VentureBeat. Apathetic employees are more likely to make security mistakes, such as falling for social engineering attacks or reusing passwords. Particularly unhappy employees may also intentionally harm the organization by leaking data.

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