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A quarter of businesses have had their systems hacked for more than a fortnight

22nd April 2015 15:22

A survey by Intel Security has found that approximately 25 per cent of UK businesses have been hacked for more than two weeks after they were initially hit. The findings also showed that after finding a threat, 39 per cent of UK people in the IT industry… Read more...


Survey reveals the concerns of cyber security professionals

20th April 2015 14:58

A survey by the research group, Ponemon Institute, has found that 2 in 3 cyber security professionals are struggling to sleep at night, due to them not knowing the location of sensitive data. It was found that the location of data was more of a concern than… Read more...


Almost half of developers don’t have a computer science degree, survey finds

15th April 2015 12:16

A recent survey of 26,086 developers, from 157 countries, has found that nearly half of developers do not have a degree in computer science. The survey – entitled The Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2015 – found that 41.8 per cent of respondents… Read more...


Survey examines Generation Y’s online behaviour

18th March 2015 10:54

The Media Insight Project, a combination of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Centre for Public Affairs Research, has recently carried out a survey of 1,046 American adults, aged 18 to 34, in order to examine the online behaviour… Read more...


60 per cent of youths admit to cyberbullying others, survey shows

19th February 2015 15:12

According to a recent survey by the charity, Action for Children, approximately 60 per cent of young people admitted to bullying others online, in order to fit in with the crowd. The survey questioned 2,000 children aged 8 to 17 and found that 2 in 5 (40… Read more...


People would rather give up alcohol than the internet, survey finds

31st December 2014 12:17

A recent survey, courtesy of Boston Consulting Group, has revealed that 58 per cent of people would rather give up alcohol for a week than lose their internet connection. The findings also revealed that 50 per cent of the respondents would prefer to give… Read more...


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