How to Incorporate Gen Z Into Your Company’s Technology
Hackers are finding more creative ways to hold your data hostage every day. To keep them at bay and protect your business, every team member needs to be in the know about your security plan. Denis O’Shea, founder of Mobile Mentor, sheds light on what dramatic changes in business tech could mean for you. Once central to security, passwords are phasing out in favor of multi-factor authentication and biometrics. As our tools and technology evolve, so do workers’ perceptions of data protection. Years of data show that personal privacy is one of the biggest concerns of many Gen Z workers. Meanwhile, company security is out of sight and out of mind for this generation. To get your entire team on board with security measures, it will take a new approach. Listen in to the ideas that Denis recommends.