28 Jun 2023

Have your say: DSIT, Ipsos and Perspective Economics’ Cyber Sectoral Analysis survey

An opportunity to influence government policy and support in the area of cyber security

The Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) has commissioned Ipsos and Perspective Economics, independent research organisations, to carry out an important survey about the cyber sector. They are inviting organisations that offer cyber security products and services to take part. Participation is confidential – DSIT will not know who has taken part.

You can access and complete the survey online here.

More information is available in this document:

Cyber Sectoral Analysis 2024


About this study

This is an annual study that produces government statistics about the profile and growth of the UK cyber sector. Taking part will help to influence government policy and support in the area of cyber security. The study will be published on GOV.UK.

Last year’s study found:

  • Almost 2,000 firms in the UK were providing cyber security products and services.
  • The UK’s cyber security sector was a key economic driver for the UK economy, employing over 58,000 people in cyber-related roles, and generating over £10.5bn in revenue each year.
  • 70% of cyber security firms were based outside of London. You can view how your region has performed here.

If you want to get in touch, you can email Ipsos at: [email protected]

Ipsos and Perspective Economics are working with the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s University Belfast on this important study, which is also endorsed by techUK and UKC3.

Find out more, including Ipsos’ privacy notice, on the GOV.UK website