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  • Britons have lax attitudes to cybersecurity
  • Britons have lax attitudes to cybersecurity
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Britons have lax attitudes to cybersecurity

Research conducted by Norton has found that hackers stole £4.6 billion from Britons in 2017, with more than 17 million people affected across the country. But even in the wake of widespread attacks, victims are expressing overconfidence and indifference to cybersecurity threats.

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