White Paper: An Executive Summary on the State of Privacy and Security Awareness in Government

This white paper reveals an uncomfortable truth: basic cybersecurity and privacy awareness knowledge are lacking at U.S. government organizations.

You know that feeling when you see something that you know you shouldn’t stare at, jaw unhinged, but for some reason, you can’t pull your eyes away?

In reviewing the data gleaned from the employees of U.S. government organizations who took our annual State of Security and Privacy Awareness survey, we experienced this phenomenon, and haven’t quite been able to shake it.

In fact, a whopping 82% of employees exhibited several behaviors that put their organization at risk of a privacy or security incident.

This is no conspiracy theory. See for yourself!

In this white paper on government institutions, we uncover:

  • The riskiest demographics at government organizations (hint: it’s not your seasonal employees)
  • Which situations are most likely to trip up employees
  • How well government employees can identify personal information, phishing emails, and more
  • How knowledgeable government employees are about using new technologies appropriately, such as cloud computing and social media

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