ROCKPORT, Texas — Cyber security attack concerns are becoming so serious that a group of congressmen have proposed legislation that would set up a National Guard type program to fight cyber attacks in the future.
Tuesday, May 4, cyber security expert Frank Mulcahy will be speaking with members of the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce about how to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft.
"80% of all data breaches involve an element of human behavior," Mulcahy said. "Clicking on the wrong link, opening the wrong attachment."
Mulcahy said 64% of the world's data breaches happen to an American. He said people are simply not careful with how they handle their data.
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