Millennials Possible Threat to Cybersecurity

As digital natives, the younger generation is not used to being given guidelines on how to use technology within a firm, panelists said.

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The younger generation entering the workforce needs to be educated on cybersecurity.

John Polis, chief technology officer for Star Mountain Capital, said during the North American Buy-Side Technology Summit that security training for the younger generation should emphasize the importance of protecting professional data.

“The younger generation has a different sense of technology. They’ve grown up with technology, the internet, and they think once you click on something you should be able to get around easily and not really worry about anything,” Polis said. “They’re the ones

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