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3 Ways to Beat Security Fatigue and Stay Safe Online

A recent research study detailed the effect of a phenomenon called “security fatigue”, which the National Institute of Standards and Technology defines as “a weariness or reluctance to deal with computer security”. Constant notifications, threats, and protocols that need to be followed cause this condition. Security fatigue is real, and it’s making a lot of people less secure.
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