Most consumers worry about cybercrime, but are not aware of what can be done about it

There is a high level of concern among consumers about the risks associated with cybercrime from their smart devices, and one in four claims to be a victim of a cyberattack. Yet, the vast majority of consumers are unaware of what they can do to protect themselves or feel they’ve already taken sufficient safety measures, according to Grange Insurance.

One in four consumers have never taken safety measures against cybercrime, the survey found. Lack of awareness and believing existing measures are sufficient are the top reasons for not taking more safety measures.

Read more about the findings of the new survey on Help Net Security.