Home workers 'pose security risk'

Friday, 15 April 2005, 9:36 AM EST

A study by Novell found 80% of Britons admit to not taking computer security precautions when working from home.

The research shows home workers are "ambivalent" to security issues, making them easy targets for hackers. Novell says there will be an increase in security breaches if employees at home are left unchecked.

At the BBC.

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