A new report out names Texas A&M one of the most trusted universities for secure online activity.
A&M comes in at eighth place in a line up of the top ten digitally secure universities.
The study tracked problems with digital financial transactions, account hijacking, credit card fraud, and identity theft to develop a ranking for each school.
The study, published by the internet fraud prevention company Iocation, lists the University of California San Francisco as in first place.
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