by Digital Citizens Alliance — February 23, 2021
Americans who conducted confidential work on home networks during lockdown were three times more likely to experience cyber-safety issues if they had piracy devices and apps in the home, according to new research from the Digital Citizens Alliance.
“The findings are particularly troubling when it comes to those who work in jobs that can include sensitive or confidential information, such as corporate finance, national security, government, or the medical and legal fields. Fifty percent of those who work in jobs that can include sensitive or confidential information who said they had a piracy device in their home reported having an issue with malware in the last year. Only 17% who said they didn’t have a piracy device reported malware, according to the study.”
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