Much of Hungary still does not pay enough attention to protecting its passwords when using online services and has not prepared itself for defending from identity theft – revealed by a representative research commissioned by Google. The Internet Data Security Survey in Hungary was conducted by YouGov Market Research.
Based on the survey, 33 percent of Hungarians use different passwords for different online services. 28 percent of Hungarians use some online interface, 27 percent on most online platforms, and 7 percent use the same password on all platforms.
According to the research, 13 percent use the so-called. A strong password that includes letters, numbers, and symbols. 24 percent of respondents are worried at some level to break the password on the online interface they use, 4 percent are very worried, 20 percent worried.
Based on the results of the survey, the Hungarian population should put more emphasis on preserving their passwords. This can be achieved by a strong password, which is at least eight characters and contains words or words that are difficult to detect for someone else. It is recommended to use a unique password for each account – it is written. (MTI)