2021 Norton Cyber Safety Insights Report: Special Release – Online Creeping
Uncover consumers’ online creeping behaviors amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the 2021 Norton™ Cyber Safety Insights Report: Special Release – Online Creeping, surveying over 10,000 adults in 10 countries.
2021 Norton Cyber Safety Insights Report
With the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in the past year, learn how consumers were impacted by cybercrime and identity theft in the 2021 Norton™ Cyber Safety Insights Report, a yearly report surveying over 10,000 adults in 10 countries.
Gaming and Cybercrime Study
In this new study by NortonLifeLock, explore gamers’ attitudes and behaviors when it comes to their Cyber Safety.
Disinformation in a Digital Democracy
NortonLifeLock sheds light on the pervasiveness of disinformation in this new study that explores U.S. consumers’ attitudes and experiences encountering and even sharing misleading and deceptive information.
Screens & Quarantine: Digital Parenting in a Pandemic
In this new study by NortonLifeLock, discover what U.S. parents are saying about their family’s experiences, behaviors and Cyber Safety concerns during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
2019 NortonLifeLock Cyber Safety Insights Report
Consumers report their experiences with identity theft and cyber crime over the past year. Uncover this and their perceptions about privacy protection in the 2019 NortonLifeLock Cyber Safety Insights Report, an annual report surveying more than 10,000 adults in 10 countries.
2018 Norton LifeLock Cyber Safety Insights Report
See how 2018’s heightened attention around breaches and privacy may have influenced consumers’ behavior and understanding of privacy, security and identity theft in the 2018 Norton™ LifeLock™ Cyber Safety Insights Report, an annual survey of consumers around the world.
2018 Norton LifeLock Cyber Myths vs. Reality Report
Identify the myths that could be preventing people from practicing better cyber safety habits in the Norton LifeLock Cyber Myths vs. Reality Report, a survey of more than 2,000 American adults conducted by The Harris Poll.
2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report
Uncover the discrepancies behind consumers' perceived knowledge of cybercrime and their not-so-savvy online behaviors in the 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, an annual survey of more than 21,000 consumers globally.
2017 Norton Wi-Fi Risk Report
Discover how consumers can unknowingly place their personal information at risk when connecting to public Wi-Fi networks. The 2017 Norton Wi-Fi Risk Report, a global omnibus survey of more than 15,000 consumers in 15 countries, explores consumer perceptions, practices and knowledge about the safety of public Wi-Fi connections.
2016 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report
Explore how consumers leave themselves vulnerable to online crime in the 2016 Norton Cyber Security Insight Report. A global omnibus survey of 20,907 consumers in 21 countries, the report examines consumers’ attitudes toward online crime and the personal impact it has on their lives.
2015 Symantec State of Privacy
The internet offers huge advantages to businesses and consumers, delivering goods and services in a fast and convenient manner. A cost of doing business online is that personal data must be shared: and must be secured. Surveying 7000 consumers across seven markets, Symantec’s State of Privacy report examines attitudes to data sharing with businesses and governments. What are the true concerns of European citizens, and does the risk of data loss impact their behaviour online? We report on attitudes to targeted advertising, terms and conditions and privacy policies. Symantec lifts the lid on which industry sectors are most trusted when it comes to privacy, and predicts how consumers’ attitudes might change given recent revelations of surveillance, mega breaches and global technology vulnerabilities.
2013 Norton Report
The Norton Report, now in its fourth year, is an annual research study, commissioned by Symantec, which examines consumers’ online behaviors, attitudes, security habits, and the dangers and financial cost of cyber crime. It is one of the largest global studies of its kind. This year’s report surveyed 13,022 online adults across 24 countries.