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Norton Cyber Security Insights Report
Sponsored by ComputerWeekly.com
This report examines consumers’ online behaviours, attitudes and security habits alongside the dangers and financial cost of cyber crime
Table Of Contents
- Online crime has become a fact of life, with more than 358 million identities exposed in 2014 alone and around 594 million consumers affected by cyber crime worldwide
- However, many people still have not taken the actions needed to protect their data, despite knowing about the consequences of being targeted in a data breach
- Once a person has been the victim of an online crime, the damage can be extensive – consumers worldwide lost an average of 21 hours dealing with cyber crime fallout, and nearly $358 on average per person