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Fortinet 2013 Global Survey
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Methodology
• Survey company: Vision Critical (Independent third party – UK based)
• Respondents:
− Worldwide survey conducted in 20 territories in October 2013
− 3,200+ active employees in full time employment aged 21 to 32
− University graduate level individuals
− Owners of personal smartphones, tablets or laptops
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Agenda
1 BYOD State of Play
2 Bring Your Own Cloud
3 Emerging Technologies
4 Threat Literacy and Impact
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Status on Corporate BYOD Policy
Does your organization have a corporate policy governing the use of personal devices
at work?
U.S.
Worldwide
Yes, my organization has a
policy which prevents the use
of personal devices at work
Yes, my organization has a
policy that allows the use of
personal devices at work
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Yes-51%
Yes-45%
No-44%
No-50%
Don't
Know-5%
Don't
Know-5%
Worldwide
US
EMEA
19%
17%
18%
32%
29%
35%
According to survey, over half of
organizations have a BYOD policy
in place today, with the majority
allowing the use of personal
devices at work
Corporate Policy Contravention
If your employer has / had a policy that prohibits the use of personal mobile devices in the work
environment or for work purposes, have / would you ever go against this policy?
World
Americas
Yes-51%
No-49%
Yes-50%
No-50%
Over half of respondents around the world are ready to contravene company policy
banning BYOD
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Corporate Policy Contravention
If your employer has / had a policy that prohibits the use of personal cloud applications such as
Google Docs, Dropbox and Skype in the work environment or for work purposes, have / would you
ever go against this policy?
World
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Americas
Yes-36%
Yes-31%
No-46%
No-47%
Don't
Know-18%
Don't
Know 22%
Corporate Policy Contravention
If your employer has / had a policy that prohibits the use of Emerging Connected Technologies
such as Internet enabled cars, gaming consoles and wearable gear such as Google Glass or
smart watches in the work environment or for work purposes, have / would you ever go against
this policy?
U.S.
World
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Yes Certainly16%
Yes Certainly17%
Yes Maybe-33%
Yes Maybe-29%
Probably Not31%
Probably Not31%
Definitely Not12%
Definitely Not17%
Don't Know-8%
Don't Know-7%
Agenda
1 BYOD State of Play
2 Bring Your Own Cloud
3 Emerging Technologies
4 Threat Literacy and Impact
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Use of Personal Cloud Services for Work Purposes
Which cloud data services do you have your personal account for and ever used for
work purposes?
AMER
None
23%
7%
8%
10%
Other cloud services
Webmail eg.
Outlook.com, Gmail,…
55%
Evernote
7%
‘YouSendIt’ (now
rebranded HIGHTAIL)
6%
7%
Have ever used a personal
account for work purposes
12%
12%
44%
21%
28%
Google Drive
10%
iCloud
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Have a personal account
28%
DropBox
MS SkyDrive
0%
74%
20%
45%
31%
40%
60%
80%
Level of Trust in Cloud Services
How much do you trust the cloud with storing your personal data?
70%
57%
60%
50%
40%
60%
Worldwide
57%
AMER
China
41%
32% 30%
30%
20%
6%
10%
6%
2%
6%
5%
1%
0%
I fully trust the cloud with I understand there are
my data and will store any security risks and only
type of data in a cloud
store data that I don’t
application
worry could get lost or
which would not present
any major issues if
compromised
I don’t trust the cloud at
all and do not use it to
store any data
I don’t know
Almost one third of the cloud storage users sampled fully trust the cloud for
storing their personal data, with only 6% citing aversion through lack of trust
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Business Data Evasion
What types of work related data/information do you store in your personal cloud
services?
15%
13%
I don’t store work data in any personal…
USA
3%
2%
Other (Specify)
Worldwide
36%
Document templates and presentations
42%
45%
46%
Work-in-progress documents
Passwords
12%
Financial information, eg. sales data
19%
16%
20%
25%
Assets, eg. graphics, logos
29%
48%
Work emails
18%
Critical private documents such as…
54%
22%
31%
33%
Customer data, eg. contact details
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
Only 13% of all respondents who have a personal cloud account(s) do not store
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business-related information on that (those) account(s)
Agenda
1 BYOD State of Play
2 Bring Your Own Cloud
3 Emerging Technologies
4 Threat Literacy and Impact
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Business Use of Connected Technologies
Which of the following devices you own or might own in the future do you think will
become useful for your work?
80%
Worldwide
70%
70%
China
59%
60%
50%
AMER
50%
47%
48% 51%
38% 38% 42%
40%
27%
30%
21% 20%
20%
10%
0%
Google Glass and other
wearable technology,
including smart watches
Internet enabled TV
Internet enabled gaming
consoles
Internet connected cars
Strong trend for wearable technologies to enter the workplace with half of
total respondents willing to use them at work
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Adoption of Wearable Technology at Work
100%
When
do you think wearable technology7%will be in 1%
widespread use in your workspace?
2%
10%
11%
12%
8%
9%
10%
90%
80%
Don’t know
3%
29%
Never
31%
70%
33%
37%
60%
29%
50%
35%
40%
30%
39%
33%
28%
When the price makes it more
affordable
33%
20%
32%
10%
16%
15%
15%
Worldwide
AMER
EMEA
When an application available on the
device becomes critical for work
purposes
As soon as it becomes available
20%
0%
APAC
China
Broad consensus on the adoption of wearable technology at work with 16%
(19% in Italy) expecting immediate adoption
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Agenda
1 BYOD State of Play
2 Bring Your Own Cloud
3 Emerging Technologies
4 Threat Literacy and Impact
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Threat Literacy
I understand each
of the following words and phrases:
Hacking
69%
23%
22%
Pharming
53%
50%
Phishing
USA
22%
20%
Botnet
59%
Trojan
Worldwide
67%
47%
48%
Worm
62%
61%
Spyware
50%
48%
Adware
59%
58%
Malware
77%
77%
Computer Virus
27%
26%
Distributed Denial of Service…
19%
20%
Advanced Persistent Threat…
54%
Cybercrime
0%
16
77%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
61%
70%
80%
90%
3 out 4 respondents do not fully comprehend terms like APTs, DDoS,
Botnets and Farming
Device Vulnerability
To your knowledge, which (if any) of your personal devices have been compromised by
third party cyber activity, e.g. computer viruses, malware etc?
AMER
100%
90%
80%
70%
7%
8%
33%
38%
20%
14%
60%
50%
65%
40%
30%
59%
71%
55%
20%
10%
14%
15%
Own tablet
Own smartphone
0%
Own desktop PC
Own laptop
Attacked
Never attacked
Don’t know
Globally, 59% of Gen-Y employees’ computers and 53% of their laptops have
been compromised. Globally, 19% of users’ tables and smartphones have been
compromised.
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Educating on Threat Landscape
Do you feel you have any obligation to understand the security risks posed to your
organization by the use of your own devices in work, or for work?
Americas
Worldwide
7% 5%
Yes, I should know the
risks of using my own
devices
88%
No, I don’t have to
understand the risks of
using my own devices
I don’t know
6% 3%
91%
Yes, I should know the
risks of using my own
devices
No, I don’t have to
understand the risks of
using my own devices
I don’t know
Almost all respondents agree that they have an obligation to understand the
security risks posed by using their own devices
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