Use of the Internet at risk of destroying his career and marriage

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According to a study conducted by Kaspersky Lab, there are still many people are careful about sharing personal information via the internet at risk situation.

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As many as 28% of respondents sharing confidential data inadvertently and 16% are willing to reveal secrets about themselves, despite the fact proves that sharing information online can jeopardize jobs or even their relationship.

Surveys conducted Kaspersky Lab is working with B2B International. They asked more than 12,000 people around the world and found that there are still many people who are willing to take the risk of sharing personal data through online communication channels in an online environment that is dangerous.

The data are distributed in the form of a photograph of yourself (45%), with their contact details (42%), photos of other people (32%), sensitive personal data (30%), and the data associated with the job (20%) online ,

Further, and perhaps even potentially more serious, one in six respondents share the secrets about themselves (16%), while 9% communicate personal information about others and 8% share sensitive financial details.

It still happens despite the fact that half of the respondents were very concerned about the devastating impact that they receive if the information was published, both in terms of financial loss and emotional distress.

One third of respondents are concerned that it could ruin their relationship or embarrass or offend someone and one in six respondents (15%) fear that it could jeopardize their careers.

Regarding this concern was also recognized by the respondents. A total of 28% admitted that they intentionally share confidential data and one in ten respondents suffered losses as a result of such action.

Natural losses and in-bully

Of those losses, the consequences of which they received, including loss of a friend (20%), in-bullying (17%), suffered a financial loss (15%), decided or divorced couples (13%), and fired from their jobs ( 13%).

However, 13% of respondents still do not take any precautionary measures to safeguard information and online activities keep them safe. Only four out of ten respondents who maintain close interaction with family and friends apart from other activities (43%) or all messages and posts before share (39%).

A quarter of respondents try to avoid sending or share information when they drank alcohol and 29% of respondents who feel guilty about choosing to take steps that could be said to be ineffective, with a rush erase their Internet history after sharing something.

“Many consumers are still not fully understand the realized risk with caution when it comes to online activities. With so many devices and online channels at your fingertips, it’s never been easier to send messages unencrypted or accidentally share information with the wrong people , “said David Emm, Principal Security Researcher of Kaspersky Lab, commented on it.

Through a written statement, David said, if it does not understand well about cyberspace or cyber savvy, and if it also does not have the security and privacy protection is right, then the user can get the possibility of such damages and even destruction of friendship career.

After everything is published online, then it will be there forever. So, if you are still in doubt, it would be better if it kept it to herself.