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You know the expression "pull the plug?' Well it seems over over 60% of Americans think the President should have the authority to "pull the plug" on the Internet in the event of "a coordinated malicious cyber attack."
This was one the results from the recently released Unisys Security Index.
As per their website, the Index is conducted twice a year, and provides a regular, statistically robust measure of concerns about four areas of security:
Here's what they found specifically...
This chart below shows more detailed findings... and for more ways to stay safe be sure to read "How to stay safe in a social media world"
So... do you agree?
Should the President have the ability to flick the proverbial switch on the Internet?
Do you limit access to your personal information online?
Do you update passwords as often as you should?
A regular contributor to Forbes, among other publications, Steve was named one of the Top 100 Influencers In Social Media (#41) by Social Technology Review and a Top 50 Social Media Blogger by Kred. He is a also a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Digital & Social Media Marketing and co-author of the book StumbleUpon For Dummies. Follow him on Twitter@steveolenski or at the nearest coffee shop.The views expressed here are his own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Oracle Marketing Cloud.