Bright sparks

This comments rings true. Cock-up trumps malicious intent every time…:

[…] What are the biggest risks of moving to remote working? Emma Philpott, chief executive of IASME, the body that works with the government to assess the cybersecurity readiness of smaller UK companies, responds: ‘The risks mostly arise from people not thinking things through. If you use the same device for work that your child uses for play, for instance, then you may be opening the door for criminals.’ Philpott also references the ever-present danger of an unhappy member of staff, whose unhappiness may have been exacerbated by the stress of lockdown or threat of redundancy, and who is looking to get even. ‘But the biggest threat,’ she ends, ‘is simply making a mistake. No malice intended and easily done.’

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