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solicitorsjournal.com 09/04/2015

A quarter of people working in the legal sector have disabled the password protection features on work laptops, mobiles, or tablet devices because they found them ‘annoying’, according to new research.

The study by telecoms and IT firm Daisy Group looked at data security risks in UK businesses. It found that, despite the risk to their employer of criminal proceedings and heavy fines, three-quarters of workers in the legal sector would not report a serious data protection breach to their employer if they thought it would get one of their colleagues into trouble.

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