Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Three out of four consumers worry about internet hacking

Hacking concerns are high among consumers, particularly those who own connected devices. Worry that their computers could be hacked, and their broadband connections too, is high, said a new report from Parks Associates, "Consumer Fears in Connected Entertainment."

Three out of four households in the U.S. (75 percent) said they are worried about their computer being hacked, while 77 percent said they are "very concerned" about someone hacking into their online connection.

From the article "Three out of four consumers worry about internet hacking" by Lauren Barack.

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