Unisys Security Index™ U.S.

Unisys Security Index™ U.S.

National security the new top U.S. concern, with fears over viruses and hacking on a dramatic rise


Key findings in the U.S.

The Unisys Security Index measures concerns of consumers on issues related to national, personal, financial and internet security around the world. In the U.S., the greatest increase in concern since 2014 was in the area of internet security: 51%. Learn more about concerns in the other areas.

Americans rate national security as new top security concern while fears over hacking rise dramatically

Overall anxiety among U.S. consumers has risen substantially since last survey three years ago

More than 80 Percent of Americans Support Technology that Alerts Police To Their Location During an Emergency

Americans largely support sharing personal data with police and healthcare providers through Internet of Things (IoT) devices, but not if it means losing control of personal data

The U.S. results line up with the global results in the sense that overall security concerns among consumers in all countries surveyed are not only high but rising significantly.

Michelle Beistle
Chief Privacy Officer, Unisys


Read the 2017 Unisys Security Index findings for the U.S.

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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