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The Government is undertaking a survey of large and medium-sized businesses and high-income charities to ask about cyber security. The survey will investigate how organisations approach cyber security and what cyber security issues they face. The research will inform Government policy on cyber security and support the Government’s work with industry and charities to make the UK the safest place live and work online.

The Government explains that a “longitudinal” survey means speaking with the same organisation more than once, in order to track their experiences over time.

Ipsos has been commissioned to carry out the survey fieldwork. The second wave is taking place by telephone and online from April 2022 to June 2022. The first wave took place between March and July 2021.

During this period some organisations will be called by an Ipsos interviewer from their Edinburgh office (an 0131 number) inviting them to take part. They may also receive an email to let them know Ipsos has called and inviting them to reply. They will be offered the option of completing the survey online and, if so, will receive the survey link via email from Ipsos. For further information, click here.