Undertaken by TNS Opinion on behalf of the EC’s Directorate-General for Communication, the Special Eurobarometer 390 on cyber security provides a detailed analysis of the European public’s attitude towards and view of cyber security.
The survey involved more than 26,000 respondents, interviewed face-to-face and in their own mother-tongue by TNS Opinion. The results are re-assuring in some cases, to be expected in others — and yet still somewhat surprising. For example, while use of the internet and attitudes towards security vary between different nation states, one of the most fundamental findings of the survey will not surprise security pundits at all: people are increasingly concerned about security, but do relatively little about it.
source: Info Security