University of Phoenix Survey Finds That Despite an Increase in Cybercrime and a Growing Skills Gap, Most Americans Aren’t Interested in Cybersecurity Careers
Roughly Half of Americans Feel Less Confident in Both Personal and National Cybersecurity, Yet Only 18 Percent Are Interested in a Cybersecurity Career
In observance of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, University of Phoenix has released the results of its third annual national cybersecurity survey. The survey found that nearly half (43 percent) of Americans have experienced a personal data breach in the past three years. As a result, 46 percent of Americans feel less secure from cyberattacks today than they did five years ago and 56 percent feel the country as a whole is less secure.
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