A new survey from Unisys finds that not only are Americans more concerned than ever about all aspects of their security, concerns about security on the Internet are rising sharply.
How those concerns might affect their usage remains to be seen. But in a survey of 1,005 people, the Unisys Security Index has risen to its highest levels in recent memory, even before the demise of Osama Bin Laden.
How long will it be before these security concerns manifest themselves in fundamental behavioral changes?
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