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How retirees can avoid mounting cybersecurity threats

May 24, 2018

From the CNBC website

Older Americans are increasingly digitally savvy — but they are still a prime target for online scams.

Nearly half (42 percent) of adults ages 65 and older now own smartphones, a number that’s quadrupled in the last five years, according to a report by Pew Research Center conducted last year. Internet use by seniors has similarly jumped — and for the first time, half of older Americans have broadband at home.

But with all that access to technology comes the increased risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime.

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