Employees have no qualms about selling corporate passwords

Plenty of people are careless with their own personal passwords – using the same one for multiple sites, and/or making them so simple that they are comically easy to crack – but hardly anyone would intentionally sell them for a few bucks to someone they know would use them to do them harm.

Apparently, however, some of them don’t have those qualms about selling corporate passwords. A recent global survey of 1,000 employees at large (more than 3,000 workers) organizations, commissioned by vendor SailPoint, found that one in seven would sell their password to an outsider for as little as $150.

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