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Cyber Security Online Survey

Cyber Security Online Survey

Overview

An opportunity to take part in an online survey about cyber security.

  • Friday 28th July 2017 10:00
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Aim

Cyber-security attacks and breaches are becoming an everyday problem. As a result, more training is being offered in how to protect ourselves from cyber-security attacks. However, it remains a problem with no real solution. One issue is that not everyone has the same understanding and experience of cyber-security. 

In this study, the researchers will investigate the words that come to mind when people think of ‘cyber-security’.  If they can understand how people define ‘cyber-security’, this will help them to design more effective services and educational materials. These can then be used to help people protect themselves from potential cyber-security attacks.

Volunteer Criteria

Participants must be aged 60 or over.

What will I be asked to do?

The study involves completing a single short questionnaire which will take between 5 and 10 minutes.

You will be asked note down all the words that come to mind when you think of the concept of ‘cyber-security’.  

You will also be asked if you have ever had any experience of a cyber-security incident. If so, you will be asked what happened.

When & where?

This is an online survey and can be completed at any time. The date given on the opportunity is the date the survey will be available on the Voice North website until.

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Anonymous

Anonymous

22nd June 2017

Leave a comment...Anything that enhances cyber security and makes computer users more aware of the risks of hacking is to be lauded.

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