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Are humans ready for AI to take control of digital security?

Just over a quarter (26%) of people in EMEA would prefer their cybersecurity to be managed by AI rather than a human, an online study conducted by Palo Alto Networks and …

Consumers believe privacy is not possible, leading to a change in online behavior

82% of online users in the US and 75% in the UK are choosing to change the way they behave online, according to a new consumer survey by FigLeaf. For these respondents, 74% …

Users are too confident in their protection from threats

Most users care about online privacy and take some steps to make sure their data is protected, a new Malwarebytes survey has revealed. But some protection measures are too …

Most Facebook users aren’t aware that Facebook tracks their interests

Too many Facebook users aren’t aware that the company uses the information provided by them and their actions on the platform and outside of it to create a list of their …

Online shoppers continue to engage in risky behavior

Findings from a new McAfee survey reveal the risky habits of online shoppers, including using unsecured Wi-Fi for online shopping and purchasing items from online retailers …

Online shopping fraud to surge during Black Friday and Cyber Monday

New benchmark data from ACI Worldwide revealed a projected 14 percent increase in fraud attempts during the upcoming 2018 peak holiday season. Based on hundreds of millions of …

Use of digital privacy tools increased in wake of Trump’s ascent to power

Since Edward Snowden’s revelations about the extent of global online and communications surveillance, the issue of privacy of online browsing habits and digital …

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Many Americans refrain from shopping, stating opinions online

Recently released results of a survey by the US Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) have revealed that security …

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