68% of Americans plan to travel for leisure this summer, with 12% doing so internationally, a McAfee survey reveals. While 68% of U.S. consumers report that they are connected to more devices and digital activity since the start of the pandemic, roughly half have implemented additional levels of security protection. This figure is lower than the global average of 61%. Most surprisingly, 55% of respondents indicate that their travel preferences have shifted in the wake … More
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