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Half of staff might quit after a cyber attack, report says
Experiencing a cyber attack can be so discombobulating for ordinary employees that over half of office workers say they would reconsider working for a company that had recently fallen victim to an incident, with only a third saying they would be unphased. This is according to a study of office workers, C-suite executives and business leaders, and chief information security officers (CISOs) produced for security stack management specialist Encore.
Of further concern was a disconnect highlighted in the report data between how many business leaders and CISOs knew they had experienced an incident in the past 12 months (57%), and how many regular office workers believed they had experienced one (39%).