What do Greeks think about internet security?

Η Mary skago, Vice president of Administrative Council and Director of External Relations of Vodafone Greece, stated on the occasion of the publication of the survey results:

"The results of the survey show that η better safety and the protection of personal data when using the internet is a matter of particular concern to Greek users. and shows not only a high level of concern, but also a level of active prevention.


However, in relation to desire for stricter legislation and freedom to protect our data, it should be noted that 50% of the sample is concerned about the way with which third parties, whether they are companies or public bodies, manage their personal data.

The reality is that there are both legal frameworks and advanced tools for the digital our shield. This means that both the state and companies still have work to do in terms of information and education of audience for This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. this matter and the cultivation a realistic sense of security in our endeavours”, said ο Army lantern, president and directors advisor by Metron Analysis.

The key, however, is that the new possibilities we have in the digital age are connected and with new threats, which may cause concern: more than 8 out of 10 Greeks believe that η use of Internet is pregnant risks, Especially as far as concerns the security of transactions and personal data.

It is important to note that the most informed and “suspicious” users have taken steps to the protection their, while a to two he also believes that the personal of data is less safe from that it was before from five years.

Simultaneously, more from two in three are concerned about how their personal data is being used and almost a to two states that he does not understand how personals are used of data from the companies and The governments. However, η Greek society not it looks to is more cautious than other digitally developed countries. However, it feels the need to strengthened η better safety of the Internet and of personal data and to establish stricter legislation". The concept of security today reaches a new dimension.

Ο Rose Karatrantos, Ph.D of European Security and Emerging Threats and Principal Researcher at ELIAMEP, reports:

"The Internet and The new technologies are the biggest challenges of our time. Their rapid evolution has a catalytic effect on our lives, bringing a sense of progress, but and the αγωνία and the doubt. The Internet our presents chances but also challenges. The research found that The Greek citizens share the same concerns as citizens of other countries. It is important not to see the issues of security and privacy as opposites, but as complementary.

A major challenge for the cybersecurity ecosystem in both national and decentralized governments and the private sector that emerged from the research is updating and taking into account both the legal frameworks and tools that exist. We all need to contribute to creating a culture of proper use, but also of trusting the relevant authorities to help us identify and manage problems.”

Note that η research, η who combine by phone and online interviews, carried out into a National level from the Metron for account of Vodafone Greece from The 10-18 April 2023.

You can find the entire survey here here

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Written by Anastasis Vasileiadis

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