One in five employees would sell their passwords

Not only would 20 percent of the workers surveyed by Sailpoint sell the passwords they use to log onto their business networks and computers, but 44 percent can be bought cheap – for under a thousand dollars. Some even said they would sell it for less than a humdred dollars. And that’s still not all; over two out of five still have access to their corporate accounts after they leave their jobs. Workers were surveyed across several countries: the U.S., U.K., Germany, France, the Netherlands and Australia. These are some pretty scary numbers.

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