The information you share online shouldn’t put you at risk. But as data breaches continue to increase – especially as we’ve moved more of our work and personal lives online – it’s hard to guarantee your information won’t be leaked or stolen.
Many individuals may not even know their information has been compromised. A recent LastPass survey* found that 92% of people in Singapore have no way of knowing if their information is on the dark web.
Check out our full infographic below to learn:
- What the dark web is
- How your peers are – or are not – protecting themselves
- What personal information is most valuable to hackers – you might be surprised, it’s not your credit card!
- A simple way to protect yourself that proactively checks the dark web for you
Once you’ve educated yourself, it’s time to take action. LastPass customers can use the new LastPass dark web monitoring feature to stay safe online. Dark web monitoring checks if your email addresses or usernames are compromised, so you can rest assured you and your family are safe online. Check out our dark web monitoring page to learn more.
*Survey conducted by Lab42 in March 2020 with respondents from Australia, Brazil, Germany, United Kingdom, United States and Singapore
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