Cyber Security

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How aware are Americans about national cyber security? Dave Bloomberg shares survey results on Bloomberg TV for the SurveyMonkey Shakedown.

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Cyber Security

  1. 1. Bloomberg - cyber security1 / 2210.15% 8617.47% 14825.97% 22017.71% 15028.69% 243Q1 How would you describe yourlevel of concern about yourcompany’s or businesss cybersecurity?Answered: 847 Skipped: 00% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%ExtremelyconcernedVeryconcernedModeratelyconcernedSlightlyconcernedNot at allconcernedExtremely concernedVery concernedModerately concernedSlightly concernedNot at all concernedTotalTotal 847847Answer Choices Responses
  2. 2. Bloomberg - cyber security2 / 2230.81% 26129.99% 25425.15% 2139.68% 824.37% 37Q2 How would you describe yourlevel of concern about nationalcyber security?Answered: 847 Skipped: 00% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%ExtremelyconcernedVeryconcernedModeratelyconcernedSlightlyconcernedNot at allconcernedExtremely concernedVery concernedModerately concernedSlightly concernedNot at all concernedTotalTotal 847847Answer Choices Responses
  3. 3. Bloomberg - cyber security3 / 226.87% 5431.81% 25040.46% 31810.31% 8110.56% 83Q3 Which of the following nationalcyber security scenarios are youmost concerned about?Answered: 786 Skipped: 610% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Criminalsstealinggovernment...Criminalsshutting downgovernment...Criminalsinfiltratingnational...Criminalsinfiltratingmajor medi...Other (pleasespecify)Criminals stealing government secretsCriminals shutting down government infrastructureCriminals infiltrating national defense systemsCriminals infiltrating major media outlets and spreading falseinformationOther (please specify)TotalTotal 786786Answer Choices Responses
  4. 4. Bloomberg - cyber security4 / 2223.24% 19112.29% 1012.19% 184.50% 3754.14% 4452.19% 181.46% 12Q4 In your opinion, which of thefollowing groups is most responsiblefor preventing cyber securitythreats?Answered: 822 Skipped: 250% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%FederalgovernmentTechnologycompaniesBusinessesIndividualsThese groupsare allequally...Nothing canbe done toprevent cy...Other (pleasespecify)Federal governmentTechnology companiesBusinessesIndividualsThese groups are all equally responsibleNothing can be done to prevent cyber security threatsOther (please specify)TotalTotal 822822Answer Choices Responses
  5. 5. Bloomberg - cyber security5 / 2245.38% 36814.43% 11712.33% 10027.87% 226Q5 Have the personal computingdevices (laptop, cell phone, tablet)you use for business been checkedby your company for proper securityfeatures?Answered: 811 Skipped: 360% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Yes, all ofmy deviceshave been...No, none ofmy deviceshave been...Only some ofmy deviceshave been...My companydoesn’trequire thisYes, all of my devices have been checkedNo, none of my devices have been checkedOnly some of my devices have been checkedMy company doesn’t require thisTotalTotal 811811Answer Choices Responses
  6. 6. Bloomberg - cyber security6 / 222.71% 223.82% 3112.45% 10116.03% 13064.98% 527Q6 On April 18, The U.S. House ofRepresentatives has passed theCyber Intelligence Sharing andProtect Act (CISPA). This bill allowsfor the voluntary informationsharing between private companiesand the government in the event ofa cyber attack without facing alawsuit. How familiar are you withthe Cyber Intelligence Sharing andProtect Act (CISPA)?Answered: 811 Skipped: 360% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%ExtremelyfamiliarVery familiarModeratelyfamiliarSlightlyfamiliarNot at allfamiliarExtremely familiarVery familiarModerately familiarSlightly familiarNot at all familiarTotalTotal 811811Answer Choices Responses
  7. 7. Bloomberg - cyber security7 / 2219.08% 5428.62% 8144.88% 1277.42% 210% 0Q7 Do you think cyber securitythreats will increase, decrease orremain the same with the passing ofthe Cyber Intelligence Sharing andProtect Act (CISPA)?Answered: 283 Skipped: 5640% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%IncreasesignificantlyIncreasemoderatelyStay the sameDecreasemoderatelyDecreasesignificantlyIncrease significantlyIncrease moderatelyStay the sameDecrease moderatelyDecrease significantlyTotalTotal 283283Answer Choices Responses
  8. 8. Bloomberg - cyber security8 / 2219.01% 1547.53% 6137.04% 30036.42% 295Q8 Do you think the United Stateswas responsible for Stuxnet, thecomputer virus/cyber-attack thatdisabled Iranian nuclear facilities?Answered: 810 Skipped: 370% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%YesNoI’m not surewho wasresponsibleI don’t knowwhat StuxnetisYesNoI’m not sure who was responsibleI don’t know what Stuxnet isTotalTotal 810810Answer Choices Responses
  9. 9. Bloomberg - cyber security9 / 2265.58% 10113.64% 2120.78% 32Q9 Do you think the Stuxnet attackwas justified?Answered: 154 Skipped: 6930% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%YesNoI dont knowYesNoI dont knowTotalTotal 154154Answer Choices Responses
  10. 10. Bloomberg - cyber security10 / 2244.87% 36355.13% 446Q10 In September 2012, severalmajor banks including Bank ofAmerica and JP Morgan Chasereported that they had been thevictims of cyber attacks carried outby the government of Iran. Have youheard about these banking attacks?Answered: 809 Skipped: 380% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%YesNoYesNoTotalTotal 809809Answer Choices Responses
  11. 11. Bloomberg - cyber security11 / 2246.01% 1674.68% 178.54% 3140.77% 148Q11 Who do you hold moreresponsible for this security breach?Answered: 363 Skipped: 4840% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%The banksThe USgovernmentNeitherBoth areequallyresponsibleThe banksThe US governmentNeitherBoth are equally responsibleTotalTotal 363363Answer Choices Responses
  12. 12. Bloomberg - cyber security12 / 2256.40% 45443.60% 351Q12 On April 23, 2013, hackersbroke into the Associated Press (AP)Twitter account and posted a falsestory about an explosion at theWhite House. Have you heard aboutthis cyber attack?Answered: 805 Skipped: 420% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%YesNoYesNoTotalTotal 805805Answer Choices Responses
  13. 13. Bloomberg - cyber security13 / 2242.95% 1957.93% 3618.06% 8231.06% 141Q13 Who do you hold moreresponsible for this security breach?Answered: 454 Skipped: 3930% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%TheAssociatedPressThe USgovernmentNeitherBoth areequallyresponsibleThe Associated PressThe US governmentNeitherBoth are equally responsibleTotalTotal 454454Answer Choices Responses
  14. 14. Bloomberg - cyber security14 / 2232.00% 25768.00% 546Q14 In January 2013, the New YorkTimes reported that hackers fromChina had been routing through thepapers network for at least fourmonths and stole corporatepasswords of reporters to identifysources about stories related to theChinese prime minister. Have youheard about this cyber attack?Answered: 803 Skipped: 440% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%YesNoYesNoTotalTotal 803803Answer Choices Responses
  15. 15. Bloomberg - cyber security15 / 2245.53% 1178.95% 2312.45% 3233.07% 85Q15 Who do you hold moreresponsible for this security breach?Answered: 257 Skipped: 5900% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%The New YorkTimesThe USgovernmentNeitherBoth areequallyresponsibleThe New York TimesThe US governmentNeitherBoth are equally responsibleTotalTotal 257257Answer Choices Responses
  16. 16. Bloomberg - cyber security16 / 2222.35% 17921.97% 17628.59% 22910.49% 8416.60% 133Q16 How acceptable is the use ofcyber warfare by the USgovernment?Answered: 801 Skipped: 460% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%ExtremelyacceptableVeryacceptableModeratelyacceptableSlightlyacceptableNot at allacceptableExtremely acceptableVery acceptableModerately acceptableSlightly acceptableNot at all acceptableTotalTotal 801801Answer Choices Responses
  17. 17. Bloomberg - cyber security17 / 2221.60% 17316.73% 13453.06% 4258.61% 69Q17 Of the following options, whichnational security issue concerns youmost?Answered: 801 Skipped: 460% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%CybersecurityMissiledefenseDomesticterrorismWar on drugsCyber securityMissile defenseDomestic terrorismWar on drugsTotalTotal 801801Answer Choices Responses
  18. 18. Bloomberg - cyber security18 / 2249.06% 39350.94% 408Q18 GenderAnswered: 801 Skipped: 460% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%MaleFemaleMaleFemaleTotalTotal 801801Answer Choices Responses
  19. 19. Bloomberg - cyber security19 / 220% 020.35% 16320.47% 16433.96% 27225.22% 202Q19 AgeAnswered: 801 Skipped: 460% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%< 1818-2930-4445-60> 60< 1818-2930-4445-60> 60TotalTotal 801801Answer Choices Responses
  20. 20. Bloomberg - cyber security20 / 2223.32% 17015.09% 11031.82% 23216.32% 11913.44% 98Q20 Household IncomeAnswered: 729 Skipped: 1180% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%$0 - $24,999$25,000 -$49,999$50,000 -$99,999$100,000 -$149,999$150,000+$0 - $24,999$25,000 - $49,999$50,000 - $99,999$100,000 - $149,999$150,000+TotalTotal 729729Answer Choices Responses
  21. 21. Bloomberg - cyber security21 / 221.87% 1510.99% 8826.72% 21435.08% 28125.34% 203Q21 EducationAnswered: 801 Skipped: 460% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Less thanhigh schooldegreeHigh schooldegreeSome collegeAssociate orbachelordegreeGraduatedegreeLess than high school degreeHigh school degreeSome collegeAssociate or bachelor degreeGraduate degreeTotalTotal 801801Answer Choices Responses
  22. 22. Bloomberg - cyber security22 / 225.84% 469.66% 7616.52% 1308.26% 6516.90% 1334.83% 389.91% 789.15% 7218.93% 149Q22 Location (Census Region)Answered: 787 Skipped: 600% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%New EnglandMiddleAtlanticEast NorthCentralWest NorthCentralSouthAtlanticEast SouthCentralWest SouthCentralMountainPacificNew EnglandMiddle AtlanticEast North CentralWest North CentralSouth AtlanticEast South CentralWest South CentralMountainPacificTotalTotal 787787Answer Choices Responses

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