(UK) Sondage - cybercrime cybervictimisation et cybertrucs

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(UK) Sondage - cybercrime cybervictimisation et cybertrucs

Message par ѠOOT » 01 mars 2014 23:58

Mercredi dernier (26 février 2014) a été publié ce sondage.

"The Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Cyber Security at the University of Kent in Canterbury recently launched a second online survey in order to get a better picture of the prevalence and impact of cybercrime victimisation, cyber security practices, and risks as seen by a sample of the UK population."

Si on fait abstraction des noms pompeux à la sauce "cyber"...

Dr. Julio Hernandez-Castro and Dr. Eerke Boiten, of the School of Computing of the University of Kent, are the main authors... Magali Barnoux, of the Kent Faculty of Psychology, also contributed.

L'enquête comporte 8 questions :

Q1: To what extent do you feel at risk from cybercrime?
Q2. Over the last 12 months, have you been a victim of a successful...?
Q3. Over the last 12 months, have you been a victim of...?
Q4. What were the impacts from the online crime(s) you experienced over the last 12 months?
Q5. Who did you report the cybercrime to?
Q6. If you did not report a cybercrime, what was your main reason?
Q7. Have you ever been affected by CryptoLocker, or other similar malware or virus demanding a ransom?
Q8. What measures have you taken to improve your online security over the last 12 months?

Je vous laisse le soin de lire.

D'après vous, à qui profite le crime ?


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