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Security Practices: The Generational Gap | Infographic

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Ping Identity’s 2019 survey reveals that consumers of different ages have different responses to the rampant data misuse and data breaches that have become increasingly regular in today’s world. Check out the infographic to see how the generations differ in their security practices and trusting tendencies.

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Security Practices: The Generational Gap | Infographic

  1. 1. SECURE SIGN-ON HACKED SERVICES COMPANY TRUST PASSWORD SHARING THE GENERATIONAL GAP IN THE ERA OF DATA MISUSE MORE 35% trust in companies, especially social media are confident in social media companies’ ability to protect their data, and they are more likely to report confidence in companies across the board. LESS 19% trust in companies across all sectors are confident in social media companies’ ability to protect their data, and they are less likely to report confidence in companies across most industries. When faced with rampant data misuse and increasingly regular data breaches, people in different generations tend to react differently. Our recent consumer survey revealed distinctions between the security practices and trusting tendencies of the under 40/over 40 age brackets. MORE 90% likely to use biometrics and single sign-on report using third-party services like Google or Facebook to sign into online services. 44% of Gen Z report using biometrics, the highest of all the generations. of Boomers (and 59% of Gen X) choose to maintain a unique and strong password for each account. MORE 76% likely to use strong and unique passwords MORElikely to still use services that have been hacked 17.5% 9.5% say they would sign up for and use an online service/application after a data breach. LESSlikely to still use services that have been hacked say they would sign up for and use an online service/application after a data breach. MORE 71% likely to share passwords of Gen Z (and 58% of Millennials) report having shared passwords for an entertainment or e-commerce site. of Boomers (and 38% of Gen X) report having shared passwords for an entertainment or e-commerce site. LESS 20% likely to share passwords Data based on a Market Cube survey commissioned by Ping Identity. 4,017 consumers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, France and Germany were surveyed in July and August 2019. Copyright ©2019 Ping Identity Corporation. All rights reserved. Ping Identity, PingFederate, PingOne, PingAccess, PingID, their respective product marks, the Ping Identity trademark logo, and IDENTIFY are trademarks, or servicemarks of Ping Identity Corporation. All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies. OVER 40 Boomers & Gen X UNDER 40 Millennials & Gen Z

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