Gender, Risk and Security Report 2017

    The Gender, Risk and Security 2017 Report highlights that gender balance is an important risk-management strategy. Organisations, departments or teams with a limited balance of genders are more likely to display biased security and risk behaviours.

    Download the report to discover the full impact of gender balance on risk and security.

    Employees
    More than 1700+ employees studied
    Industries
    5 industry sectors
    Countries
    2 countries
    Companies
    38 companies
    Main Findings
    Gender Matters
    KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS
    RULES AND BEHAVIOURS

    GENDER MATTERS

    Our research shows gender balance is an important risk-management strategy.

    KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS

    Men rate their knowledge and awareness of IT security, controls and behaviours much higher than women do, however they display higher levels of risky behaviour.

    RULES AND BEHAVIOURS

    Women report lower understanding but have higher acceptance for rules and better security behaviours.

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