You might expect that the generations of digital natives now reaching college would have a better feel for the cybersecurity threats out there than the average older person. But despite kids tapping away on tablets almost from the cradle, and middle school students and high school students being glued to their smartphones, using technology in one’s daily life doesn’t translate into knowing the ins and outs of how something works on the technical end. Young people raised using computers are not necessarily any more likely to intuitively understand networks, or their security, than someone who owned a telephone 30 years ago would understand the switching network underpinning phone calls.

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