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Individuals who have experienced any security problem

Individuals who have experienced any security problem

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Analysis

The IT security problems that affect the Internet population the most are, in first place unwanted and unrequested e-mail (the so called spam) and, in second place computer viruses that reduced their incidence by 36.2% in 2007.
In the same way, credit card frauds have reduced their incidence and site at only 0.8% in the first half of 2007.

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Source

Entidad: 
National Statistics Institute (INE) of Spain
Informe: 
Survey on the Equipment and Use of Information and Communication Technologies in households (October 4th, 2007)
Frecuencia: 
Six-monthly (Annual until 2004 included)
Descripción

Number of individuals, expressed as a percentage of the total population, who have experienced some type of security problem.

Período
2007
Observaciones

 
 Study based on telephone and personal interviews. The theoretical sample size is approximately 33,978 households.
It refers to Spanish population aged 15 or over.
It corresponds to an eEurope 2005 policy indicator.