Americans value their personal data above their wallets

When asked which items would concern them most if stolen, 55 percent of Americans responding to a new survey named personal data, compared to 23 percent their wallet, 10 percent their car, and just six percent each their phone or house keys. The study by cyber security and application delivery company Radware  surveyed over 3,000 US adults finds that social security numbers are the data people value most with 54 percent saying they would be most concerned if this was stolen. Respondents were less concerned with the theft of their banking information (18 percent), credit card number (nine percent), health… [Continue Reading]

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