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Canada: electronic information security concerns 2014, by company size This statistic shows the responses from a survey on electronic information security amongst C-suite executives in Canada in 2014, based on company size. During the reported period, 24 percent of executives belonging to companies with 1,001 employees or more said they were "very concerned" regarding the security of electronic information.
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This statistic shows the responses from a survey on electronic information security amongst C-suite executives in Canada in 2014, based on company size. During the reported period, 24 percent of executives belonging to companies with 1,001 employees or more said they were "very concerned" regarding the security of electronic information.
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Release date
October 2014
Region
Canada
Survey time period
September 18 to October 9, 2014
Number of respondents
124 respondents
Special properties
C-suite executives from ROB 1,000 companies
Method of interview
Telephone interview
Supplementary notes
ROB 1,000 company - Report on Business top 1,000 company
Numbers may not equal 100 percent as a result of rounding

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