Companies enabling online banking and digital payments are the most trusted by Americans
nCipher Security conducted a study, revealing that 28% of Americans think they have more control over their personal data compared to 2019. Although, 26% of them feel they have less control over personal data privacy or no control at all.
nCipher Security surveyed more than 1,000 American adults, 46% of which claim to have the same level of control over their personal data as they did a year ago. At the same time, 15% of people surveyed said to have no control over what happens with their personal data.
Meanwhile, 40% of US consumers said their trust is higher when they have an option to delete their data. Furthermore, 41% of them unveiled when they feel in control of their personal data, they have a greater sense of trust. 49% of Americans surveyed said they feel the company is safeguarding their personal data when it uses encryption.
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