RSA 2010 Global Online Consumer Security Survey: Asia Results

Download the complete survey report to know how aware consumers from these regions are to the online threats they face, how consumer attitudes and awareness has transformed in light of changes in the way consumers use the Internet, and how the impact of strong authentication is directly correlated with consumer confidence and their willingness to conduct transactions and interact with online sites.

RSA Security Sep 30th 2011

In the RSA 2010 Global Online Consumer Security Survey, over 4,500 adults from 22 countries shared their opinions and attitudes on the online security risks they face, their level of awareness concerning the latest threats, and what online service providers should do to protect them. The survey report examines the results of the survey on a regional level, comparing the results of respondents from Asia to the overall global results.

Download the complete survey report to know how aware consumers from these regions are to the online threats they face, how consumer attitudes and awareness has transformed in light of changes in the way consumers use the Internet, and how the impact of strong authentication is directly correlated with consumer confidence and their willingness to conduct transactions and interact with online sites.

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