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According to new research from Kaspersky Lab, consumers – including holiday makers and business travelers – conduct a lot of financial operations online when abroad, putting themselves at risk when they are not properly protected
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The latest research from Kaspersky Lab shows that consumers are endangering themselves and their data because they are letting their guard down abroad. From drinking alcohol, to using risky Wi-Fi connections, and handing their smartphones over to strangers, the research highlights the perils of consumer traveling habits, with two fifths (42%) admitting they are less secure in how they connect on holiday, compared to how they connect when they travel for business.
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During its annual research project, that investigates user behavior on the Internet, Kaspersky Lab and B2B International have discovered the average value of files stored on user devices exceed more than twice the average ransom demanded by cybercriminals for decrypting data after infecting it with cryptoransomware
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