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Summary

DS-0943
Special Eurobarometer 423: Cyber security
External Dataset
External Data Source
EU Open Data Portal
Unknown
11/09/2007
55 (lowest rank is 55)

Category & Restrictions

Other
cyber crime, sensors
Unrestricted
Unknown

Description


Cybercrime is a profitable activity that traverses borders, but involves little risk. This dataset examines the nature and frequency of Internet usage; their awareness and experience of cybercrime; and the level of concern that they feel about this type of crime.

The aim of this Eurobarometer is to understand EU citizens' experiences and perceptions of cyber security issues. The survey examines the nature and frequency of Internet usage; their awareness and experience of cybercrime; and the level of concern that they feel about this type of crime. This survey, covering over 27 000 people in all EU member states, follows a previous survey from 2013 (Special Eurobarometer 404).

The results by volumes are distributed as follows:
Volume A: Countries
Volume AA: Groups of countries
Volume A' (AP): Trends
Volume AA' (AAP): Trends of groups of countries
Volume B: EU/socio-demographics
Volume C: Country/socio-demographics ; Eurobarometer@ec.europa.eu

Additional Details

N/A
false
Unknown
cybercrime, people associated with computer security, inferlink corporation, e commerce, cyberwarfare, special eurobarometer 423: cyber security, secure communication, external data source, computer security, 943, cryptosystem, crime, exploit, internet access