Digital Economy and Society in Lithuania
(edition 2020)

About the publication


“Digital Economy and Society in Lithuania” provides visualized statistical information on the use of IT in households as well as the purpose, frequency and security of the Internet use, the use of robots and robotic equipment, the use of 3D printers in different business sectors, security incidents and the disruptions they cause in companies.

Information on the statistical information provided in the publication:

For the convenience of the readers, the links to the Database of Indicators that presents the statistical indicators on the respective topic are also provided.

Statistical surveys on the ICT use in households and enterprises are partly funded by the European Union. The surveys are carried out on an annual basis according to the common questionnaires prepared by Eurostat.

The 2019 and 2020 data on ICT use in households have been collected through interviewing of around 5 thousand persons aged 16–74 randomly sampled from the Population Register.

Statistical data on ICT use in enterprises have been collected through interviewing of the sampled manufacturing and service enterprises having 10 and more employees. During the survey, the indicators are estimated by themes: use of the Internet and other electronic networks in enterprises, e‑business processes, changes in e‑commerce, e‑government services and use thereof, ICT security and reliability, etc.

Information about use of e-services and confidence in public institutions (their security) provided by the Information Society Development Committee was also used.



Digital society and business

     People and business online

     Life online

     Digital skills for the digital world



     E-commerce in enterprises

Internet security and cloud computing

     Safe browsing

     Cloud computing

Digital environment

     3D printing

     Robots in our lives

     Big data


     E-government services

     Internet of things

     Innovative enterprises


About the publication

Digital publication „Digital Economy and Society in Lithuania“ ISSN 2669-154X

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© Statistics Lithuania, 2020