Code card identification still popular in Estonia

A recently conducted survey shows that though Estonian residents’ awareness of the need for cyber security is high, up to 40 percent still prefer code cards to other means of identification when logging in to their Internet bank.

The Nutikaitse 2017 project looked into residents’ skills and knowledge of cyber security procedures, and how aware they are of potential threats. One of the project’s advisors, Erki Peegel, told ERR’s radio news that a majority of respondents also applies this knowledge.

More than 90 percent of residents use passwords for their smart devices and don’t share them with others. At the same time, the fact that some 40 percent of respondents still prefer outdated code cards to more up-to-date means of identification when dealing with their bank online is a cause for worry, Peegel said.

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