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50% of Internet users will click on a link from an unknown sender. Mostly due to our lack of awareness and education on the topic of online safety, scammers make thousands of dollars with relative ease.
Sr. No: 2
The most commonly used password in 2017 was 123456. This shows a lack of imagination and willingness to put in any effort whatsoever to protect our sensitive data.
Sr. No: 3
28% of adults in the US use the same password for all of their online accounts.
Sr. No: 4
By 2021, the cybersecurity damage is expected to reach $6 trillion.
Sr. No: 5
Be Aware of your Surroundings: Keep an eye on your device. Lock it when you step away from your computer. And never leave sensitive or confidential items at your desk, like post-it notes with your password written on them or USB drives.
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Stick to your own Devices: Try to limit using another user’s device when possible. Never share your credentials with others, and never give anyone remote access to your computer.
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Think Before Clicking: Just because you can click, doesn’t mean you should. Remember, it can cost you a hefty sum. Malicious links can do damage in several different ways, so be sure to inspect links and ensure they’re from trusted senders before clicking.
Sr. No: 8
500 million consumers, dating back to 2014, had their information compromised in the Marriott-Starwood data breach made public in 2018.
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By 2020 end, the estimated number of passwords used by humans and machines worldwide will grow to 300 billion.
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Worldwide spending on cybersecurity is forecasted to reach $133.7 billion in 2022.