Americans worry about online crime, but leave themselves open to attack
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Americans worry about online crime, but leave themselves open to attack

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A new Norton by Symantec study found 80 percent of Americans are worried they will be victimized by an online crime, but at the same time consumers are over confident in the belief that their online habits are safe.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.scmagazine.com

There is a big difference between a calculated risk and just risky habits. But, whether it’s calculated or not, it’s still risky. And you will sooner or later get hit.

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