Canadian privacy confidence low

identity management survey

A survey of consumers and IT professionals by Computer Associates shows that consumer confidence in the privacy and security controls of companies is very low.  Only 7% of 400 consumers surveyed indicated tha they are ‘very confident’ their personal information properly protected.

The survey also found that 14% of consumers had experienced some type of identity fraud.  And 84% of those surveyed felt that retailers do not spend enough on online security and privacy.


Author: code

Mike Waddingham is senior Information Technology management consultant with over 30 years of industry experience. He is the owner of Code Technology Corp.