The Pew Research Center conducted a survey to discover what Americans know about personal cybersecurity. The results are troubling. Most people know very little which makes them vulnerable when they go online.
This has a lot to do with why ransomware and hacking seems to be on the rise. It works, and it works because far too many people are not very knowledgeable about the risks and how to avoid them. Some of these people work in your environment more than likely. They are a risk at home and in the office.
How can we better educate internet users to the dangers? What has to happen for people to take a serious look at this? How do we simplify this so that even non-experts can keep themselves safe?