For industries across the globe, cybersecurity has become a top concern.Financial services firms are not immune to hacking threats, and arenow spending an unprecedented amount to protect their (andclients') information.

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Related: Are millennials a cybersecurity risk atwork?

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While financial firms are taking action, there is still oneproblem: 8 in 10 employees still lack the important knowledge toprotect and mitigate preventable cyberthreats, according to areport from MediaPro. Compare this precentageto other industries and it becomes clear financial servicesemployees are way behind. This should worry many, as many consumerstrust financial services firms with valuable information.

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Related: Employees need more cybersecuritytraining

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Want to learn more about the risks and possible solutionsfinancial services firms face? Take a look at the below infographicto find out more about the problem and what can be done to fixit.

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Related: C-suite needs to do more forcybersecurity

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Thank you to Mediapro.com for this graphic.

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2017 Privacy and Security Awareness in Financial Services

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