Despite cybersecurity concerns, Canadians are confident in businesses protecting personal information

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There is a sharp drop in the number of Canadians expressing concerns about identity theft according to a new survey conducted for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA).

Two-thirds of respondents agree there are concerns about identity theft, but these numbers are down from 74 per cent in 2016. According to the survey, many Canadians feel businesses are doing their best to safeguard customers’ personal information, although many also feel concerned about their personal information being vulnerable to cyber attacks.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.