IT directors fear the sack over email security

Tuesday, 27 June 2006, 1:55 PM EST

More than a third of IT directors fear losing their jobs if confidential information sent by email is leaked or accidentally read by someone other than the intended recipient, according to a report issued today.

Forty-one per cent of respondents said in a poll carried out by Safe-Post that such a leak would cost them their job, with that figure rising to 57 per cent for IT directors in the financial services sector.

At PCW.

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