Public lacks confidence in online security

Thursday, 23 November 2006, 12:12 AM EST

An NOP survey of 999 adults commissioned by Enterasys Networks has revealed the deep distrust of the British public in using the Internet to shop online as well as our lack of confidence in the ability of organisations and government bodies to protect our confidential data effectively.

Just half (50 per cent) of the UK population have ever shopped on-line and 43 per cent of us are put off shopping or banking online by security concerns.

At BIOS.

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