Frank Abagnale Author and subject of Catch Me if You Can' Abagnale and Associates
"This computer security survey eclipses any other that I have ever seen. After reading it, everyone
should realize the importance of establishing a proactive information security program."
Kevin Mitnick Author, Public Speaker, Consultant, and Former Computer Hacker Mitnick Security Consulting
Computer Crime Survey
Key Findings 1
About the Questions 2
About the Recipients/Respondent . 2
About the Methodology 2
Survey Results . 3-15
About the Analysis . 16
Using the Survey Statistics/Content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
About the Contributors . 17
Contact Information 17
Table of Contents
2005 FBI Computer Crime Survey
The 2005 FBI Computer Crime Survey addresses one of the highest priorities in the
Federal Bureau of Investigation. These survey results are based on the responses of
2066 organizations. The purpose of this survey is to gain an accurate understanding
of what computer security incidents are being experienced by the full spectrum of
sizes and types of organizations within the United States. The 23-question survey
addressed a wide variety of issues including: computer security technologies used,
security incident types, and actions taken, as well as emerging technologies and trends
such as wireless and biometrics. The survey was conducted in four states including
Iowa, Nebraska, New York, and Texas and was performed by the corresponding FBI
offices in those areas. The survey was conducted in such a way that recipients could
This survey is not to be confused with the CSI/FBI Computer Crime and Security
Survey, which has been conducted for several years, and has a somewhat different
focus, method, and restricted number of respondents.
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