Yesterday in Scott Charney’s RSA 2012 keynote, he made reference to a statistic stating that 92.5 percent of respondents believe cybercrime laws need updating. This was one of the many findings of the Trust in Computing research recently conducted by the Trustworthy Computing team.
The Microsoft “Trust in Computing” research was conducted in nine countries around the world; the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Russia, India and China. Questions were asked on the Internet, devices, security, privacy, reliability, Cybersecurity representing use, experiences and perceptions.
For more details, see the blog post and keep following as we release more data in the coming months.
As a small taster here are some interesting findings.
Security, Privacy and Reliability of online services?
Where your data is stored and who has access to it?
There are more findings in the Trust in Computing Research here.