“This survey data continues to highlight an unfortunate trend — even with breaches happening to everyone from companies and celebrities to consumers, people are continuing to engage in risky password behavior.” What kind of risky behavior?
For one, Dashlane notes, there’s a lot of password sharing going on in the United States, which may seem innocuous enough between two friends, but can often lead to compromising situations.
Perhaps more alarming is the finding that young Americans are more willing to share their passwords than their older compatriots — in fact, 64 percent of millennials say they’ve shared or been shared on a password, whereas only 37 percent of those older than 35 have said the same.
It’s not just sex that people are willing to give up in favor of cybersecurity.
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