Millions of adults ‘unconcerned’ about online security – despite one in four being hacked

Millions of adults claim they are “unconcerned” about their online security – despite one in four being the victim of digital hackers. A study of 2,000 adults revealed that a quarter (25 percent) feel their digital safety isn’t something they need to worry about, with 39 percent of those believing they already do enough to protect themselves.

But nearly a third (31 percent) of those who are unconcerned put this down to believing they don’t have anything they need to look after online.

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