Hi Guys,

I am doing my Information systems Honours research project at UCT and need to get my survey completed in by a few people - only around 60!

Anyone with knowledge of information security and cybercrime incidents in their organisations can complete it, so bascially anyone from the business owner to IT support staff.

The primary benefit of this survey is that it will provide a measurement of the perceived cybercrime problem in South African and the results of this measurement enables organisations to design and implement better management strategies.

Go directly to the survey http://cybercrime.limeask.com/28654/lang-en or read more below.

Thanks in advance for all the responses!


I am an Information Systems Honours student at the University of Cape Town. My research aims to establish the perceived severity of the cybercrime problem in South Africa, and how organisations are protecting themselves.

The survey targets professionals with knowledge of IT and information security in their respective organisations. To go directly to the survey, click on the link below, or cut and paste the URL into your browser: http://cybercrime.limeask.com/28654/lang-en. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Participation is voluntary; participants will remain anonymous and all data obtained will be kept strictly confidential. You may refrain from participating or decide to withdraw at any time. Incomplete surveys will not form part of the data analysis.

The research is conducted for academic purposes only. If the research findings prove to be useful to the broader community, the results could be presented in a journal or at a conference proceeding. The researcher will not mention any specific participant or organisation.

You have the option of receiving a copy of the report. To do so, provide your email address at the end of the survey. Your email address will not be linked to your response.

I appreciate your willingness to participate and value your response. Please contact me with any questions you may have regarding the research or survey.