The National Cyber Security Centre and Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport have released findings from the first UK Cyber Survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI.These findings are from a study of UK individuals to measure and understand awareness and attitudes towards cyber security, and related behaviours. They are part of a wider research project to provide insight to inform HM Government’s approach to encourage positive behaviour amongst the public in protecting themselves against cyber threats.
The UK Cyber Survey was carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the National Cyber Security Centre and Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). A telephone survey of 1,350 UK residents aged 16+ was undertaken from 12 November 2018 to 9 January 2019.The data have been weighted to be statistically representative of the UK adult population.
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