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By CSO staff, CSO |  Security, security data

Number of respondents: 1,003 teachers, 400 K-12 school administrators and 200 technology coordinators.

Survey targets teachers, school administrators and technology coordinators in an effort to understand whether students are receiving adequate guidance to use digital technology and the Internet in a safe and responsible manner. Thirty-nine percent of teachers responded that over the last 12 months they'd taught students how to make decisions about sharing personal information online; 33% about the dangers of social networking sites; 30% about watching for online predators; and 28% about what to do if they receive harassing messages.

What Security Issues Are You Currently Facing?

Conducted by: RSA

Sponsored by: Unsponsored

Number of respondents: Nearly 150 C-level executives and professionals charged with directing, managing and engineering security infrastructures.

The RSA Conference Survey 2009 reported an increase in e-mail phishing (72%) and Web-borne malware (57%). The survey also found IT pros were quite concerned about zero-day attacks (28%) and rogue employees as a result of layoffs (26%).

IT Security Spending, Budgets & Priorities

The Global State of Information Security 2011

Conducted by: CSO, PricewaterhouseCoopers, CIO

Number of respondents: More than 12,000 CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CSOs, vice presidents and directors of IT and information security from 130 countries.

Analysis of respondents' challenges and approaches to cloud security, secure business partner relationships, and more.

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