The Unisys Security Index measures concerns of consumers on issues related to national, personal, financial and internet security around the world. New Zealand recorded the largest decrease in security concerns of the 13 countries surveyed, largely driven by a drop in concern around natural disasters from 51% to 41% since 2017. Download Infographics:
New Zealanders are very comfortable using digital identities to engage with government, but not when accessing financial services or authorising payments
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Global Insights to the 2018 Unisys Security Index Survey
Watch this webinar to hear Tom Patterson, Chief Trust Officer, Unisys, share results and realities from the only recurring snapshot of consumer security concerns conducted globally.
New Zealanders are more likely to embrace digital identities to engage with government organisations, especially where there are clear benefits of increased convenience or security. But concerns about data security hinders their comfort using digital identity-based services from commercial and banking organisations.
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As you’ve read in the new 2018 Unisys Security Index report, consumers are concerned about numerous cybersecurity issues like identity theft and bankcard fraud. Business success today requires that you earn and keep your customers’ trust. Analyst firm ISG has looked into how keeping personal data safe is a key element of digital trust.
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As you’ve read in the 2018 Unisys Security Index, the top 3 concerns that consumers have are all about cyber threats: identity theft, bankcard fraud and viruses/hackers. Have you implemented a Zero Trust security model to protect your customers’ PII? This new report from Forrester shows how microsegmentation can help you protect consumer data.
The 2018 Unisys Security Index shows that consumers’ greatest security concern is identity theft. To protect consumers’ identity information from breaches, you first need to know what data you’ve collected, where it is, and what risks it is subject to. And you need to be able to explain all of this to your board of directors in economic terms.
Unisys Security Index: World worries on, New Zealand relaxes
– Bill Bennet Blog
NZers are more concerned about data security than natural disasters
New Zealanders feel more secure using Government services online
– NZ City
Data Security top NZ concern ahead of terrorism and natural disasters
– National Business Review
Data security tops NZ public’s concerns, ahead of natural disasters and terrorism: survey
– CIO NZ
Conducted across 13 countries in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.
Unisys security experts are available to discuss the Unisys Security Index and our suite of security solutions with you.
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