Teens, Parents or Enterprises: Who Is Responsible for Cybersecurity?

APRIL 26, 2016 • Blog Post • BY HPE MATTER STAFF


  • Tech leaders share their thoughts on cybersecurity based on a recent HPE survey on teens and technology

When it comes to protecting children in today’s digital world, who needs to step up to the plate?

By spending time online at all hours of the day, kids are vulnerable to dangerous cyber attacks. But when it comes to protecting our children in today’s digital world, who is responsible—parents, businesses or the kids themselves? The answer is… all of the above. Take a look at the quotes below to hear from tech leaders on who’s responsible for cybersecurity. This online survey of a representative sample of 557 U.S. teenagers ages 13-17 was commissioned by Hewlett Packard Enterprise in March 2016.


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