Date Added: Nov 2010
National security, identity theft and credit card fraud are the top security concerns of the American public. These findings are the latest results of the, a biannual survey of America's sense of financial, national, Internet and personal security. So what do these results mean? What steps are Americans taking to protect themselves from cyber-security attack? And what does it mean for them, their employers, and their governments? Do Americans think the President should have the authority to take control of or shut down portions of the Internet to mitigate a crisis? The presenter of this webcast discusses latest findings of this four year survey and the impact it could have on the citizens and customers.