Physical security

The numerator


"font-size:10.0pt;font-family:Arial">Beware the social hackers. In
November, RSA surveyed 140 government and corporate office workers
in Boston and Washington about their security habits. Here are some
of the results from government workers on physical security.




















"4">32%
said they
had held a secured door open for someone they didn't
recognize.

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"4">34%

"font-size: 10.0pt; font-family: Arial">had forgotten their access
key and been let in by someone they didn't know.

"4">41%
had noticed
someone they didn't recognize working in an empty office in
their area of the building.

"4">63%
had asked
for identification from or otherwise reported the stranger they
observed



For more, see
'The Confessions Survey: Office Workers Reveal Everyday
Behavior That Places Sensitive Information at Risk' (GCN
GCN.com/885).



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