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  • Writer's pictureNikki Latham

Brits worried about being scammed on holiday

A staggering 48% of Brits are not safeguarding themselves online while traveling, despite a 36% increase in concerns about cybercrime in the last year.

Worried about snooping on public Wi-Fi, with 62% anxious about their online privacy. Express VPN's survey uncovers that only 48% of cautious individuals avoid free/public Wi-Fi, 46% use strong passwords, and 40% enable two-factor authentication.

Nearly half of British cybercrime victims have experienced financial fraud while on vacation, compared to 39% in the U.S. and 29% in Germany. With concerns rising, 25% of UK respondents are wary of high cybercrime destinations, including the U.S. and India.

Stay cyber-safe while traveling to avoid becoming a statistic!

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