According to an area study conducted by Kaspersky, one in four Chileans would want to steal their houses or hack into social networks and block them forever after the car was stolen. According to the survey, those who want to be willing to live in such situations are mainly men between the ages of 18 and 24 who belong to ABC1 and C3.
Conversely, those who are least likely to prefer this are 35-50 year-old women in the socio-economic sector C2. At the Latin American level, Colombians are leading the way, with one out of three going through a car or family theft instead of blocking the network. Followed by Brazil (27%), Argentina (25%), Peru (24%) and Mexico (22%).
As part of the "Digital Resaca" campaign, which promotes awareness of the risks users are exposed to when cyber security companies around the world are exploring proactively, Can easily be sacrificed. Careless actions.
"Most of these attacks are caused by bad habits of netizens, and many people are unable to accurately measure the risks at risk when they navigate," said Dmitry Bestuzhev, head of Kaspersky's global research and analysis team. It happens because of the Latin American rap
"In fact, the majority do not realize that separating Digital Life from their current lives and going online or going online has an impact on their lives offline," he adds.
18% of respondents had no password to access their mobile device, 43% shared access codes for smartphones and tablets, 47% provided personal data to more than five web pages, and 85% Open.
Excessive trust from users can cause a variety of problems. For example, hacking social profiles such as Facebook or LinkedIn can lead to identity theft and post comments or images that cybercriminals can impair your reputation. The same is true of the identity of the victim.
In fact, according to the survey, almost 20% of respondents said they were hacked, and the majority of these figures are women between the ages of 18 and 24 who belong to the ABC1 sector. As long as they are in the socio-economic segment C3 of 35 to 50 years, they are less hackeos and they are telling the pain.
"Deactivating a security solution on a smartphone or tablet is a serious mistake, but it's even more important not to install it, and there are many free options available on the market, so you can protect your device even if it's a basic device." . "Cybercrimes will continue to occur unless users give the same importance to digital security as they do in social network profiles or off-line life. It's naive to think that nothing will happen to us. We can steal personal information. Cybercrime is growing every day, and nobody is free, "says Dmitry Bestuzhev.