A recent survey conducted by anonymous workplace chat platform ‘Blind’ has revealed that Apple employees have the highest confidence in customer data protection. The survey asked tech employees about customer data being a top priority at their company, with response options being ‘Strongly Agree’, ‘Agree’, ‘Disagree’ and ‘Strongly Disagree’.
With over 78% of the overall tech community answering with ‘Strongly Agree’ or ‘Agree’, Apple came in on top with the highest employee confidence. Over 93% of Apple employees responded to the survey with ‘Strongly Agree’ or ‘Agree’.
According to Blind, 77.46 percent of Facebook employees responded with “Strongly Agree” or “Agree”, with lower confidence in data privacy than the tech average, while Intuit (65.45 percent) and SAP (66.1 percent) came close to ranking last.
LinkedIn and PayPal employees also had high numbers of confidence in customer data protection, with Adobe employees ranking as the least confident in customer data protection. Only 64% of Adobe employees answered with ‘Strongly Agree’ or ‘Agree’.