Wariness to use medical internet services after hacking incident U.S. 2015

This graph is based on a 2015 survey, illustrating the wariness of U.S. consumers to use internet-connected medical devices after a hacking incident, as of 2015. Some 50 percent of consumers reported that they would think twice about using such a medical device after a hacking incident.

Wariness of U.S. consumers to use internet-connected medical devices after a hacking incident as of 2015

Percentage of respondents
Would think twice about using any connected device50%
Would think twice about using the manufacturers devices51%
Would be wary of using a hospital associated with the hacked device38%
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Source

Release date

December 2015

Region

United States

Survey time period

2015

Number of respondents

1,000 consumers

Age group

18 years and older

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