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Atos releases cyber trust report

Posted 5 June 2018 · Add Comment

Following a survey of over 3,000 citizens who use Britain’s businesses and public services, Atos has released a report highlighting the value to organisations of securing a high degree of cyber trust.



As cyber crime increases, people are more wary of organisations who might fail to protect their data, in fact 58% say cyber security is a deciding factor when choosing an organisation or service.

Cyber trust, it seems, has become a mainstream concern for increasingly vigilant citizens. So how can organisations win and retain that trust?

To find out, Atos surveyed over 3,000 citizens who use Britain’s businesses and public services and subsequently incorporated those findings in a report entitled ‘The currency of cyber trust’ .


To download the report ‘The currency of cyber trust’, click here .

 

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