Allowing a user from shipping to use my workstation during lunch.
Writing down my password and pasting it on my computer screen.
Using 12345 as a workstation password.
They are all equal violations.
Working for a healthcare organization makes me a valuable target.
Harvesting random usernames and passwords is the newest hacker's pastime. They simply collect them all and try them out at various banks until they succeed.
Neither of the above are true. Employees who are below the manager level are rarely hacked.
Both of the above are true. Millions of average passwords were hacked in 2017.
It's OK because everyone in our company does it.
It's a violation of our SOP.
Kara will not be sanctioned because her password was secure.
Kara will be reprimanded by her manager.
Kara will be subject to mandatory sanctions and may lose her job.
Kara's ok because our company is very understanding of errors.