Shopping on the Job 

 

2011 Shopping on the Job Survey: 
Online Holiday Shopping and BYOD Security

ISACA’s fourth annual "Shopping on the Job" survey examines employees’ risky online activities while using work-issued computers.

The survey also examines the growing “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend that is blurring the lines between personal and corporate devices.

 

The global survey results reveal:

  • The number of employees who plan to use a work-supplied device to shop online—and how much time they’ll spend shopping
  • The risky activities employees say they do online
  • Cost of lost productivity that business and IT professionals expect their enterprises to experience
  • Whether companies permit BYOD—and if the risk outweighs the benefits
  • Whether companies tend to ban, limit or freely allow employees to shop online and visit social networking sites

 BYOD-Holiday Shopping Graphic
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See what more than 4,700 global IT professionals and ISACA members of ISACA had to say about the risk of online shopping and other activities. Additionally, learn what 1,224 U.S. employees reported about their online shopping habits.

  • View Survey results.
  • Read the International President's blog (to the right).
  • Read news releases (on the right side of this page).
  • View videos (on the right side of this page).
  • Compare the 2011 survey to the 2010 survey.

  Key Findings: U.S. Consumer Survey

 Global Infographic
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Related Resources:

  Securing Mobile Devices

  Mobile Computing Security Audit/Assurance Program (members only)

  Business Model for Information Security

  E-Commerce and Consumer Retailing: Risks and Benefits