Pew Survey Finds Majority of Americans Are Data Breach Victims

3 02 2017

According to a new public opinion study from the Pew Research Center, 64% of Americans have personally experienced a major data breach, and 49% feel that their personal information is less secure than it was 5 years ago. Pew also found that 41% of Americans have dealt with fraudulent charges on their credit card, and 15% have received notice that their Social Security number had been compromised. Pew found that a substantial majority (70%) of Americans anticipate major cyberattacks in the next five years on our nation’s public infrastructure. The EPIC Data Protection campaign highlights the need to improve privacy safeguards in the United States.

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