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Cyber Essentials scheme awareness by United Kingdom (UK) businesses 2018, by size

Share of United Kingdom (UK) businesses' that are aware of the Cyber Essentials scheme in 2018, by size of business

by S. O'Dea, last edited Jun 29, 2018
Cyber Essentials scheme awareness by United Kingdom (UK) businesses 2018, by size This statistic displays the share of businesses that were aware of the Cyber Essentials scheme in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018, by size of business. A total of nine percent of all UK respondents were aware of the Cyber Essentials scheme, of which eight percent were aware among micro firms. Cyber essentials was a government-backed, industry supported scheme to help organizations improve their cyber security.
As a result of this survey, the cyber security initiatives and standards were still not widely known in the United Kingdom. Initiatives and standards such as the Government's 10 steps guidance and the ISO 27001.
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by S. O'Dea, last edited Jun 29, 2018
This statistic displays the share of businesses that were aware of the Cyber Essentials scheme in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2018, by size of business. A total of nine percent of all UK respondents were aware of the Cyber Essentials scheme, of which eight percent were aware among micro firms. Cyber essentials was a government-backed, industry supported scheme to help organizations improve their cyber security.
As a result of this survey, the cyber security initiatives and standards were still not widely known in the United Kingdom. Initiatives and standards such as the Government's 10 steps guidance and the ISO 27001.
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