Kelly Sheridan | August 13, 2019
Could extraversion make you more vulnerable to social engineering attacks? It’s a possibility, as seen in research investigating links between personality traits and vulnerability to cybercrime.
The study, compiled by ESET and the Myers-Briggs company, drills down into the “human factor” responsible for many security breaches. Verizon’s DBIR found 20% of security incidents originate from people within an organization; separate data from Dtex shows nearly two-thirds (64%) of insider threats come from people who put the company at risk with careless behavior.
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