Who hackers target during a cyberattack

September 15, 2017

People risk having their information stolen every day by using weak passwords, opening malicious emails, and carelessly browsing the web. According to CBTS, in 2016, 1.1 billion identities were stolen. Some of the ways to protect yourself from becoming a victim include: changing your passwords regularly, being observant of sketchy websites, and noticing security measures on websites.

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