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New EY research reveals cybersecurity fears are on the rise among US workers, with a vast majority concerned about AI in cybersecurity

May 8, 2024
PR Newswire
Contributed by: Drex DeFord
Summary
A recent survey by Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) highlights a significant gap in cybersecurity preparedness between younger and older generations in the workplace, with Gen Z and Millennials displaying less confidence in their ability to recognize and respond to cyber threats. The 2024 Human Risk in Cybersecurity Survey, which expands on initial findings from 2022, assesses the perceptions of 1,000 US employees on the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity. It reveals that 85% of workers believe AI has made cyber attacks more sophisticated, yet a substantial portion of the workforce is not confident in their ability to use AI responsibly. The findings underscore the importance of incorporating humans into cyber strategy, offering tailored upskilling and training for younger generations, and updating training protocols regularly to address AI-driven threats.
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