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Online security best practices across the generations

Online security best practices across the generations

What generation is most likely to use a single password for all online accounts? Phishing emails, texts, and robocalls around better interest rates on credit cards are targeted to what generation by fraudsters? What generation is less likely to shop primarily online?

The eBook from Mitek is loaded with stats and insights into generational differences relative to online security preferences and behaviors.

Read it to:

– Learn the fraud tactics that each generation is most susceptible to
– Understand the authentication methods that will help you build customer trust and improve user experience
– Uncover how to strike the right balance between security and convenience with each generation
– Get specific recommendations for improving the digital identity lifecycle

Generations covered:
Millennials & Bridge Millennials (1980 – 1995)
Gen X (1965 – 1980)
Gen Z (1995 – 2010)
Baby Boomers (1945 – 1965)
Gen Alpha (2010 – present)

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