2021 Consumer Security Survey

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Why the 2021 Consumer Security Survey is relevant today

Consumer expectations of mobile app security have never been as high as they are today. This survey report gives CISOs and others responsible for protecting mobile consumers and mobile revenue the data needed to prioritize mobile app security projects and move quickly to implement improved security across Android and iOS apps.​

What the survey uncovers about consumer sentiment towards mobile app security

This survey of 10,000 mobile consumers spans different countries and demographic audiences. Through it, the data is clear that mobile consumers have jumped past responding to “security awareness,” and now hold full-fledged expectations that security and malware prevention will be an embedded feature in every Android and iOS app. App makers who do not provide the security and malware protections consumers expect will risk churn and cancel culture in their mobile business. Regional and demographic differences also shed new light on the growing and changing role of security in mobile apps. ​

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