In a year of unprecedented cyberattacks, the internet has been under fire from both sides.
From cyber-attackers who seek to disrupt our daily lives to political operatives who seek a new way to attack our democracy, our collective experience is one of heightened distrust and uncertainty.
In some ways, we are living through an Orwellian nightmare.
As we look to the future, we must ask ourselves whether it is better to remain vigilant and trust the system, or if we are ready to trust the internet itself.
As a general rule, when faced with threats to our physical safety, we often have to rely on trusted third parties.
However, the fact is that our trust in our internet-connected devices has increased dramatically over the past decade.
And if we trust our internet companies, our online lives will become much more secure.
In a report released today by the American Association of University Women, we surveyed nearly 1,000 of the world’s largest internet companies to find out which cities and states have the strongest online safety record.
What we found: 1.
The US is the most secure country We found that the US was the most trusted internet city, with nearly a third of respondents (33 percent) saying they trusted the internet companies.
In fact, this is the third most trusted place to live, according to the report.
In total, our survey found that there are approximately 6.5 million internet users in the United States.
Cities with the strongest cybersecurity scores The cities with the highest cybersecurity scores, based on survey results, were New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, San Diego, and Philadelphia.
New York, New York and San Francisco are both located in the US and both have highly respected cybersecurity scores of 1,600, 1,800, and 1,900.
San Francisco has the highest score at 1,750, while Chicago has a score of 1.2.
The cities that have the lowest cybersecurity scores were Philadelphia, New Orleans, and Boston.
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