Infographic: State of Executive Cybersecurity Awareness

We compared executives and managers across various industries to the general population in terms of their knowledge of cybersecurity and data privacy best practices.

With 34% of executives disclosing that they’ve been a victim of a phishing email, there is no shortage of dangerous plots and cyberattacks targeting executives and managers. But with CEOs ranking cybersecurity as their top investment focus over the next three years, there’s hope that executives and managers will step up their game and practice (and promote!) a risk-aware culture within their organization.

Unfortunately, we found that nearly 80% of executives and managers could be putting their company in danger with risky behaviors around security and privacy. What else did we find?

Take a look below at how executives and managers across various industries compared to the general population in terms of their knowledge of cybersecurity and data privacy best practices.

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