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Anchorfree recently commissioned a study to survey 2,203 U.S. travelers’ attitudes on WiFi security, privacy, and access.
Key findings of the study include:
“In the age of tablets, smartphones and ubiquitous hotspots, many travelers don’t realize that they are unsuspectingly sharing sensitive information with others on public Wi-Fi,” said Anchorfree’s CEO David Gorodyansky.
“It’s troubling that while most travelers are concerned about online hacking, very few know how, or care enough, to protect themselves. Looming threats — from cyber thieves to malware and snoopers — are skyrocketing on public Wi-Fi and travelers need to be vigilant in protecting themselves.”
Results of the survey can be seen on the infographic below. To view the complete results of the survey, click here.
The data points referenced above come from a study commissioned by AnchorFree, fielded by PhoCusWright through Global Market Insite, Inc. and conducted as an online survey among a total of 2,203 U.S. travelers. To qualify for participation in the study, respondents were required to:
The error interval for analysis is +/-2.1 percent at a 95 percent confidence level.
To view the complete results of the survey, click here.