Not even 10% of us trust tech firms to protect our personal information

Charts shows under 10% of respondents said “yes” when asked if they trust tech firms to protect their personal information

Context and counter arguments

Chart shows “Americans Rank Criminal Hacking as Their Number One Threat.” Courtesy of ESET.
Chart shows survey results where 70% seee serious risk from criminal hacking. Courtesy of ESET.
Piece chart showing nine out of 10 US adults saw cybercrime as a challenge to their country’s security

Ok, but what can we do about this?

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Independent researcher into risk, tech, gender, ethics, healthcare, and public policy. A life spent learning, writing, and speaking. Based in Coventry, England.

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