Unisys Security Index™ Australia

Unisys Security Index™ Australia

Identity theft continues to top Aussie concerns, but fears of terrorism and online security jump significantly


Key findings in Australia

The Unisys Security Index measures concerns of consumers on issues related to national, personal, financial and Internet security around the world. 55% of Aussies are concerned about other people obtaining or using their credit/debit card details. Learn more about concerns in the other areas.

Australians’ security concerns reach new high – Unisys Security Index finds

Identity theft continues to top Aussie concerns; but concerns around national security and online security jumped significantly

NEWAustralians want control over when they share personal data via Internet of things, wearables and data analytics

Privacy and data security concerns mean Aussies selective about sharing personal data with government and businesses via IoT

In 2017 there are dramatic increases in concern around Internet / computer security and national security (in relation to war or terrorism). This is not surprising given the prevalence of high profile media reports on both issues.

John Kendall
Director of Border and National Security Programs, Unisys


Read the 2017 Unisys Security Index findings for Australia

The attitudes of consumers around the world are dramatically changing, at the same time that their anxiety over security is dramatically increasing.

The 2017 survey

Conducted in 13 countries across North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific.

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Find out how Australians feel about a wide range of security topics

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