23% of university students have hacked into an IT system

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Carrie Ann-Skinner reports:

Nearly a quarter (23 percent) of university students have successfully hacked into IT systems, says Tufin Technologies.

Research by the security firm revealed that of those that successfully hacked into a system, 40 percent were over 18.

While 84 percent of students surveyed said they knew hacking were wrong, nearly a third (32 percent) said it was also ‘cool’ and worryingly, 28 percent said they found it easy to hack into an IT system.

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