I recently saw this out in front of a local restaurant where management was trying to resolve parking, sidewalk access, and traffic issues. Their “control” obviously doesn’t work:
Be it parking cars or using computers, instant gratification is the name of the game. People want what they want. They want it right now. And, they will take the path of least resistance – and violate your policies in the process to get it – especially when enforcement is weak like in the picture above.
Good lesson for IT and information security leaders. Lots of room for improvement in this area.
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