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      Takeaway: This infographic shows a generation gap in the attitudes of Gen Y users and Baby Boomers in their attitudes toward computer security. When it comes to computer security, the attitudes of users have a lot to do with how much risk is introduced into an organization due to online behavior and general tech savvy. How does it break down between generations? This snapshot from ZoneAlarm shows the differences in priorities, concerns, and other security-related issues between Gen Y and X.

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