A recent survey conducted by Creditcards.com found that 92 percent of Americans "have taken at least one big data security risk in the past year."
Eighty-two percent of respondents said they use the same password for more than one online account. This practice can lead to identity theft and is the most common cybersecurity risk taken, according to the survey. In addition, almost half of respondents said that they save their passwords on their computers or phones.
At the same time, among survey respondents, 46 percent said that having their identity stolen would be worse than having burglars break into their home. "Survey: Most Americans take big data security risks" ktiv.com (Feb. 08, 2019).