Cybersecurity in the UK 2018

Statista Consumer Survey - Survey Data Table

Regarding to the question “Have you ever been subject to identity theft, i.e. has anyone ever misused your personal data and caused you damage?” around 26% of the respondents answered with “Yes”. Cybersecurity is by now one of the hottest topics and will be even more important in the future concerning to digitalization and the growth of IoT.

For the survey “Cybersecurity in the UK 2018 ” Statista asked 1,041 onliners from the UK between the age of 18 years and older. It covers information about the used and owned devices and Internet access or usage. It also offers a good overview about security and risks or the usage of password managers. Additionally there is also cloud services provided.

The Survey Data Table for the Statista survey on "Cybersecurity in the UK 2018" contains the complete tables for the survey including various column headings.
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Topics of the survey

  • Devices
  • Security and Risks
  • Passwords
  • Hacking and Identity Theft
  • Internet Usage
  • Internet Acess
  • Cloud
  • Demographics

Design of the survey
  • Method: Online Survey
  • Survey name: Cybersecurity UK 2018
  • Region: UK
  • Number of respondents: 1,041
  • Age of respondents: 18 years and older
  • Type of respondents: UK residental online population
  • Survey time period: 24th of September to 16th of Oktober 2018

Column headings
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Houeshold Income
  • Occupation
  • Subjective personal protection on the internet
  • Up-to-date antivirus programme and up-to-date firewall existing
  • Cloud service usage

  • Language: English
  • Released: October 2018
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