A survey of 346 Singaporeans, conducted by Assurity Trusted Solutions in April, showed that most respondents are not following good cyber practices, such as using unique and complex passwords, changing their passwords regularly, or using two-factor authentication.
About 60% of the respondents who uses government services, such as filing of tax returns, never change their password;
52% of the respondent, who uses online banking services, also never change their passwords. Only 10% of the respondent change their passwords every quarter; and
45% of all respondents do not use different passwords for all their online accounts.
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S’preans ‘lack’ good cyber practices, The New Paper. July 27, 2012.