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Canada cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims sharing passwords 2017

Share of cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims likely to share their passwords for a device or account with others in Canada as of October 2017

by J. Clement, last edited Apr 18, 2018
Canada cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims sharing passwords 2017 This statistic shows the share of cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims likely to share their passwords for a device or account with others in Canada as of October 2017. The findings show that cyber crime victims are overall more likely to share their passwords for potentially sensitive services, with 22 percent saying that they have shared passwords for their email account(s) with others, compared to 14 percent of Canadians who had not been victims of cyber crime.
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Share of cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims likely to share their passwords for a device or account with others in Canada as of October 2017

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by J. Clement, last edited Apr 18, 2018
This statistic shows the share of cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims likely to share their passwords for a device or account with others in Canada as of October 2017. The findings show that cyber crime victims are overall more likely to share their passwords for potentially sensitive services, with 22 percent saying that they have shared passwords for their email account(s) with others, compared to 14 percent of Canadians who had not been victims of cyber crime.
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