Dumb Security Survey Questions
According to a Harris poll, 39% of Americans would give up sex for a year in exchange for perfect computer security:
According to an online survey among over 2,000 U.S. adults conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of Dashlane, the leader in online identity and password management, nearly four in ten Americans (39%) would sacrifice sex for one year if it meant they never had to worry about being hacked, having their identity stolen, or their accounts breached. With a new hack or breach making news almost daily, people are constantly being reminded about the importance of secure passwords, yet some are still not following proper password protocol.
Does anyone think that this hypothetical survey question means anything? What, are they bored at Harris? Oh, I see. This is a paid survey by a computer company looking for some publicity.
Four in 10 people (41%) would rather give up their favorite food for a month than go through the password reset process for all their online accounts.
I guess it’s more fun to ask these questions than to poll the election.