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  • Brits underestimate the danger of cyber threats
  • Brits underestimate the danger of cyber threats
    OuiShare (2016) ©
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Brits underestimate the danger of cyber threats

Despite the rise of cyber threats and online fraud, many Brits remain more concerned about burglars. As many as two-thirds underestimate digital dangers, and it means that they aren’t taking the appropriate precautions to protect themselves online.

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