Revealed: 80% of Poles unaware of how to report cybercrime!

February 16, 2021
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  • Poland rank joint fifth, as 80% of Poleshave no idea how to report a cybercrime or illegal online behaviour
  • Worryingly, 43% of Poles do not feel well informed about the risks of cybercrime
  • Spanish (86%) and Danish (86%) citizens are the most unaware of how to report a cybercrime or any illegal online behaviour in their respective countries
  • Overall, on average from all the assessed countries, 77% of Europeans are clueless as to how they would report a cybercrime or any illegal online behaviour

Over the last decade, the issue of cybercrime has propelled to the forefront of the public eye. So much so, governments around the world have set up governing and intelligence bodies to specifically deal with all matters related to cybercrime. Despite their presence, are people truly aware of them?

Interested in online safety, Reboot Online analysed the latest data from the European Commission, to discover which Europeans are the most unaware of how to report a cybercrime or any other illegal online behaviour in their respective country.

Unawareness refers to Europeans not knowing the existence of a website, email address, online form and/or contact number in their respective country to report....

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