37% rural youth sans Internet access: Study
We hear a lot about cyber security these days, most of it bad. Cyber crime and associated cyber security breaches lead most of our technology coverage. Victims of these incidents may not even feel the ravages of the crime until it is far too late. They may already be economically dead, or at a minimum paralysed, with both their bank accounts and their identities gone before they even know they were victims of an attack. Perhaps, you are already one of its victims.
Consider for a minute some of these statistics. In 2014, cyber attacks rose by 48 per cent, with over 42.8 million attacks occurring around the world. According to the PriceWaterhouseCooper Cyber Security Survey