‘The Dutch think earlier digitally than physically robbed’
Dutch people think rather digital being will be, an intruder to their house unannounced.
This is evident from the report, ‘Internet Cocky’ of business online service provider BIT. Therein were 992 Dutch consumers with a desk job of 18 years and older were interviewed.
It finds 58 percent more likely that a cybercriminal their bank account information know to find out, then, that a burglar is in their house unannounced. Still think 83 percent of respondents to a phishing e-mail directly to be able to recognize.
If it is about passwords, changing users, 35 years of age or older their password 61 percent more often than younger users, of which 42 percent saying they regularly change. It also says 63 percent of users under 35 years of a common password for three logins or more.
Users from over 35 writing again more often their password on: 42 percent compared to 28 percent of users are under 35 years.
The use of ad-blockers is meanwhile higher among those under 35. Thereof says 51 percent of ads to block, above 35 years 39%.