Although millennials intend to tighten up their online security, their actions tell a different story. — Photo courtesy of Kaspersky Over a third of millennials (37 per cent) think they are too boring to be the victim of cybercrime, a new study by global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky shows. The study also revealed that 36 per cent millennials say that they should be doing more to strengthen their digital security, but it is at the bottom of their to-do list. As the ‘new normal’ has forced many to work from home, home is becoming a technological hub for millennials. They are now spending nearly two (1.8) extra hours online everyday compared to the start of the year – bringing their daily average up to 7.1 hours a day. Almost half (49 per cent) said this increased time online has made them more aware of their digital security. Millennials are spending most of their time on social media, but almost two thirds (61 per cent) said that the rise of online dating from home is a particular concern for their digital security. To address these concerns, almost half (52 per cent) of millennials now said that they only run trustworthy apps on… Read full this story
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