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95% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error

In organizations, employees bear the responsibility of ensuring security. However, this also increases the risk of breaches due to accidental or malicious mistakes. Such errors include clicking on harmful links or falling for email scams, leading to potential security threats.

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With increasing complexity and multifunctionality of equipment and tools in modern workplaces, employees are under greater stress to remain focused on their tasks. This pressure can result in frequent errors, as even minor lapses in concentration can have serious consequences.
Julien Crebassa, Smart and Sustainable manufacturing expert
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95% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error

In organizations, employees bear the responsibility of ensuring security. However, this also increases the risk of breaches due to accidental or malicious mistakes. Such errors include clicking on harmful links or falling for email scams, leading to potential security threats.

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With increasing complexity and multifunctionality of equipment and tools in modern workplaces, employees are under greater stress to remain focused on their tasks. This pressure can result in frequent errors, as even minor lapses in concentration can have serious consequences.
Julien Crebassa, Smart and Sustainable manufacturing expert
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95% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error

In organizations, employees bear the responsibility of ensuring security. However, this also increases the risk of breaches due to accidental or malicious mistakes. Such errors include clicking on harmful links or falling for email scams, leading to potential security threats.

BLUMORPHO comment :

With increasing complexity and multifunctionality of equipment and tools in modern workplaces, employees are under greater stress to remain focused on their tasks. This pressure can result in frequent errors, as even minor lapses in concentration can have serious consequences.
Julien Crebassa, Smart and Sustainable manufacturing expert
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