Most People Don’t Protect Their Digital Identities

aarp.org
Sarah Elizabeth Adler
2 minutes

Many Americans fail to take even the most basic steps to protect their digital identity, from monitoring their banking accounts online to varying their passwords to setting up a security freeze on their credit reports, according to a new AARP survey.

The survey found that fewer than half (43 percent) of adults over age 18 have online access to all of their bank accounts. Older adults are even less likely to be plugged in, with only 37 percent of those age 50 to 64 and 33 percent of those 65 and older having access.

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One Response to Most People Don’t Protect Their Digital Identities

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