2020’s most (and least)
cyber-secure states

What the state you live in says about your security risk and ability to bounce back.

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2020 cyber-security survey shows Americans are overconfident

Many of us are not following best practices
Nearly 1 in 5 Americans rarely or never back up their files and data.
  • 1 in 4 people has had their identity stolen – most still don’t use identity protection.
  • More than 1 in 3 people have fallen for a phishing scam.
  • Only 39% of people can confidently explain what malware is.
  • Tech savvy people are worse about their online security than others.
  • Even small business owners who should know better aren’t taking precautions.

2020 cyber-security best practices by state

A closer look at our 2020 wins and fails

Top 3 least cyber-secure
(and most hackable) states

New York

Nearly 3 out of 4 New Yorkers share passwords between personal and business accounts.


41% of Californians have had their identities stolen at least once.


Nearly 50% of Texans believe they were targeted in a phishing attack.

Top 3 most cyber-secure states

New Jersey

About half of New Jersey residents have improved the security of work devices.


9 out of 10 Oregonians have never discarded an old device without wiping it first.


87% of Wyoming residents regularly back up their data.


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