A third of workers admit they’d leak sensitive biz data for peanuts

John Leyden reports:

A third of employees would sell information on company patents, financial records and customer credit card details if the price was right.

A poll of 4,000 employees in the UK, Germany, USA and Australia found that for £5,000, a quarter would flog off sensitive data, potentially risking both their job and criminal convictions in the process. The number of employees open to bribes increased to 35 per cent when the offer was increased to £50,000.

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