Seven from ten Americans worried about holiday shopping identity theft

Although pundits predict that online shopping is stealing a march on in-store buying, and use technology to spend more of their cash, cyber security fears still abound.

According to a new survey by Bethesda, MD-based identity and digital protection solutions Generali Global Assistance, seven out of ten Americans (71 percent) are concerned that their financial and personal information could be compromised due to data breaches while shopping during this holiday season. The company surveyed 1,004 US adults in November 2018.

Read more about the findings of the survey on ZDNet.