Posts Tagged ‘study’

Getting Rid of an Electronic Device? Do This First…

May 3, 2017


A shocking study by the National Associated for Information Destruction has revealed some terrifying information: 40% of electronic devices found on the second-hand market contains personal information. This information includes [ ]
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Study Shows Millennials Choose Convenience Over Security

April 18, 2017


To those of us consider Tom Cruise the movie star of our day or even Grunge as the music we grew up with, looking at millennials, and the way they [ ]
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Humans are Natural Predators

February 28, 2017


According to a new study, genetics and evolution have made an impact on the murderous behavior of the human species. However, becoming civilized has tamed some of these instincts. Scientists [ ]
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Consumers Have Given Up on Security

January 30, 2017


According to a recent study, online security for most people is too bothersome. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology published the study, which shows that most people who [ ]
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Who’s at risk of fallying prey to a scam? Not who you think, study suggests | 680 CJOB – Winnipeg’s News & Information Leader

December 28, 2016


According to a survey conducted by Santander Bank in the U.K., young people aged 18 to 34 are most likely to f…
http://www.cjob.com/syn/123/24710/whos-at-risk-of-fallying-prey-to-a-scam-not-who-you-think-study-suggests

Who’s at risk of falling prey to a scam? Not who you think, study suggests | Globalnews.ca

December 8, 2016


A reported 20 per cent of young people have admitted that they would give their banking security details to unverified sources online or over the phone.
http://globalnews.ca/news/3100830/whos-at-risk-of-fallying-prey-to-a-scam-not-who-you-think-study-suggests/