McAfee announced the results of the McAfee Digital Assets Survey
(http://sawebdev.ca/mcafee/mcafee_digassets/) that assessed the attitudes of Internet users all over the world on topics such as Web security and data protection.
It found that Canadian consumers value their digital assets (entertainment files, photo libraries and personal information) at more than $48,000, compared to the global average of $37,438.
Twenty-seven (27) per cent of those assets were considered “impossible to restore” if lost and not backed up properly, yet more than one third of Internet users worldwide lack protection and security on their Internet-connected devices.
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