We’re all spending way more time online these days, which means it’s more important than ever to take extra precautions about our cybersecurity. But, when we surveyed people in all 50 states about their online safety behaviors and know-how, we learned that a lot of people still aren’t taking their online security seriously.
Tune in on March 31st at 10:00 AM Mountain Time. You can sign up for the event here.
- Nearly 1 in 5 Americans rarely or never back up their files and data
- Even though 1 in 4 people has had their identity stolen, most people still don’t use identity protection services
- Tech savvy people are worse about their online security than others
- Small business owners who know better still aren’t taking precautions, even though they face twice the average risk of suffering a cyberattack
- The average person won’t change their online security habits until they’ve had a devastating consequence (of people whose identities have been stolen, 78% made changes to improve their security online)
To get a better grasp on these stats and the current state of cybersecurity, we’re hosting a Facebook Live Event with security experts Tyler Moffitt (
Have a question for Tyler or Briana, feel free to ask below!