2020 Cisco consumer privacy survey

22/10/2020 | Cisco

In a blog article, Cisco Data Privacy Security & Trust Office Director Robert Waitman has said that the results of the 2020 Consumer Privacy Survey show privacy is a consumer priority and of vital importance for businesses. The survey of more than 2,600 adults in 12 countries highlights that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers continue to want their information protected and more transparency on the use of their data. One-third said they stopped doing business with organisations over data privacy concerns.

  • 89% care about privacy
  • 79% are willing to act
  • 42% have acted
  • 29% have stopped doing business over privacy concerns
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