Solving the Five Security Threats: Complete Consumer Protection

by Parks Associates | Apr. 7, 2020

35% of consumers report experiencing a data privacy or security issue in the past 12 months. Consumers need seamless security solutions that can protect any device, against any threat, anywhere. However, security and privacy solutions are typically fragmented and cumbersome, leaving consumers exposed in one or more of these areas. Consumers today have different solutions, or no protection, across laptops and mobile devices and for their children, home network, and public networks.

On Tuesday, April 21, join us for a complimentary webinar, “Solving the Five Security Threats: Complete Consumer Protection,” co-hosted with F-Secure.

This webinar details the evolution of security and privacy risks and presents step-by-step strategies to deliver peace of mind to connected consumers on the five key risk fronts:

1. Internet-connected smart devices in the home
2. Personal mobile device usage with online browsing and apps
3. Children spending time online
4. Use of public Wi-Fi networks
5. Identity theft with any online transaction or use of an online service

Register to attend the webinar today:

Additional Parks Associates research shows:

· 79% of consumers are concerned about data security or privacy issues.
· 63% of US broadband households use at least one data security service for any purpose.
· 79% of smart home device owners use at least one data security service to protect their connected devices. Protection from viruses/spyware, identity theft protection, and protecting personal privacy while using the internet are the most popular data security services.

This webinar highlights the data security protection market opportunities for service providers, with analyst insights, consumer research, and industry perspectives from security and broadband service providers.

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