Sixty percent of Americans believe they have never been a victim of cyber hacking or are unaware if they have. In fact, statistics reveal nearly the opposite is true, according to Blumberg Capital, a San Francisco based early-stage venture capital firm.
Every day, more than a million people become a victim of cybercrime, according to Microsoft. I the U.S. alone, $15 billion was stolen from 13.1 million American consumers in 2015, prompting the question of why are Americans so overconfident about their cybersecurity knowledge?
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