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NordVPN: 1 in 5 Admit They Are Reckless About Cybersecurity

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London, United Kingdom, December 30, 2021 –(PR.com)– New research by the online security provider NordVPN shows that 1 in 5 say they don’t care about cybersecurity at all. Men tend to dominate the reckless part of society by a whopping share of 24%.

Who’s worried and who’s not?

Generation Z and Millennials are born into technology. They are the so-called netizens by nature. One might expect this group of people to be the most concerned about online threats. However, 18-34-year-olds are the least concerned about falling victim to a cybercrime. The older people get, the more cyber-conscious they become.

The number of people who said they moderately to strongly agree with the statement that they do not care about cybersecurity. There were 2,000 respondents in the US and Germany, August 2020.

People who have children demonstrate a greater sense of responsible online behavior — 83% of parents said they are very concerned about…

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