Thursday, November 1, 2007 at 5:23PM
Unisys recently released results of a study of European attitudes toward security and privacy :
The Unisys Security Index is the first of an ongoing global research project to help businesses and governments understand consumer attitudes to national, personal, financial and Internet security. Assessing the opinion of more than 13000 people in 14 countries, across Europe, the US, Brazil and Asia-Pacific, the survey will be repeated three times a year.Among the key findings:
Widespread acceptance of new security measures including video surveillance and increased security when travelling. On the Continent, four in five people are comfortable with an increase in video surveillance and increased security when travelling - especially at airports.