Americans Worried More About Computer - Not Border - SecurityA new survey shows more Americans are more concerned about their computer's security than the US border's.
According to a new survey, Americans are worried about security, but they're far more worried about cybersecurity than border security.
Some 63% of those surveyed said that "making sure our computers are protected and privacy respected" is the most urgent security issue compared to 29% who think that physical border security is the most important.
The survey, conducted by Vrge Analytics and sponsored by the Internet Education Foundation, asked 897 adult Americans about a number of technology-related issues. Some 45% said that it's unlikely that digital platforms will ever fully regain their trust, while just under a quarter say it's likely a trusting relationship will eventually be restored.
The survey was conducted in conjunction with the annual State of the Net conference which was held today in Washington, DC.
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