Cybersecurity Watch Survey

The Insider Threat team collaborates with other CERT researchers and organizations that include the U.S. Secret Service, CSO Magazine, Price Waterhouse Cooper, Deloitte, and Microsoft to conduct, analyze, and publish findings from an annual Cybersecurity Watch Survey. These surveys are conducted to identify electronic crime-fighting developments and techniques, including best practices and emerging trends.

2014

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2012

2011

2010

2005

  • 2005 E-Crime Watch Survey: Survey Results
    This press release summarizes the findings of the 2005 E-Crime Watch Survey. The survey was conducted online and designed to skip questions that were not relevant or to ask follow-up questions based on previous responses.
  • 2005 E-Crime Watch Survey: Summary of Findings
    This report summarizes the findings of the 2005 E-Crime Watch survey, which was conducted to unearth electronic crime-fighting trends and techniques, including best practices and emerging trends. Respondents' answers are based on the 2004 calendar year.
  • 2005 E-Crime Watch Survey Shows E-Crime Fighters Making Headway
    This press release describes the results of the 2005 E-Crime Watch survey, which was conducted among security executives and law enforcement personnel. The survey reveals the fight against electronic crimes (e-crimes) may be paying off.

2004

  • 2004 E-Crime Watch Survey
    This report details the results of the 2004 E-Crime Watch Survey, which was conducted to unearth crime-fighting trends and techniques, including best practices and emerging trends.