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Generali Global Assistance partnered with the Identity Theft Resource Center and polled seniors & millennials to gain a better understanding of how they behave & what protection practices they employ in today’s digital age. The whitepaper notes that while there are some key differences between the two generations, there are oft-overlooked similarities that unite the two, & neither is immune to partaking in risky digital behaviors. Top insights include: •Both generations are connecting to at least 7 Wi-Fi devices & engage in similar, risky online behaviors. •Many seniors (39%) store passwords on a sheet of paper while most millennials (40%) use an online password manager. •Both generations feel they’re doing all they can to protect their identity, despite a negligible number (21% of seniors & 13% of millennials) saying they’re protected with an identity protection program. Download the whitepaper to discover the fascinating similarities & key differences between these two generations.