Many cybersecurity problems are caused by human error, which is a worry in the commercial sector. Due to their attitude towards cybersecurity, many employees in the firm do not work in a way that safeguards data. This study seeks to examine employees' cybersecurity attitudes with a focus on their work experience and exposure to cybersecurity threats. Data were gathered through a survey conducted in targeted business firms located in the Klang Valley area, Malaysia. Utilizing ANOVA and two-sample tests, the study analysed 245 data samples to evaluate the hypotheses. The results show significant distinctions in employees' cybersecurity attitudes in relation to the extent of their work experience and their previous encounters with cybersecurity threats. These findings hold valuable implications for the field of information security management, offering insights into how the industry can refine its strategic planning for information security. This can positively affect cybersecurity attitudes among employees within organizations.