Employees are circumventing cybersecurity protocols: 5 things to know

Becker's Health IT

Katie Adams

Employees don't always take cyber hygiene seriously, which could have harmful effects on a hospital or health system's cybersecurity, according to a report released by software company Mobile Mentor.

The research team surveyed 1,500 employees in the U.S. and Australia from Nov. 11-30. The employees worked in healthcare, finance, education and government. Here are five notable takeaways:

Twenty-nine percent of employees write their work passwords in a personal journal.

Sixty-nine percent of employees said they choose passwords that are easy to remember.

Forty-one percent...

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