Amount of monetary damage caused by reported cyber crime to the IC3 from 2001 to 2017 (in million U.S. dollars)

IC3: total damage caused by reported cyber crime 2001-2017 The statistic shows the amount of damages caused by cyber crime reported to the IC3 from 2001 to 2017. In the last reported period, the annual loss of complaints referred to the IC3 amounted to 1.42 billion U.S. dollars, up from 782 million U.S. dollars in 2013. The most costly cyber attack consequences for global companies in 2016 were losses suffered through business disruption and information loss. That year, the majority of data breach incidents were related to identity theft, followed by financial and account access.
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Total damage in million U.S. dollars
200117.8
200254
2003125.6
200468.1
2005183.1
2006198.4
2007239.1
2008264.6
2009559.7
2011485.25
2012581.44
2013781.84
2014800.49
20151,070.71
20161,450.7
20171,418.7
Total damage in million U.S. dollars
200117.8
200254
2003125.6
200468.1
2005183.1
2006198.4
2007239.1
2008264.6
2009559.7
2011485.25
2012581.44
2013781.84
2014800.49
20151,070.71
20161,450.7
20171,418.7
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The statistic shows the amount of damages caused by cyber crime reported to the IC3 from 2001 to 2017. In the last reported period, the annual loss of complaints referred to the IC3 amounted to 1.42 billion U.S. dollars, up from 782 million U.S. dollars in 2013. The most costly cyber attack consequences for global companies in 2016 were losses suffered through business disruption and information loss. That year, the majority of data breach incidents were related to identity theft, followed by financial and account access.
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Release date
July 2018
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
2001 to 2017, excluding 2010
Special properties
Cybercrime reported to IC3
Supplementary notes
In 2014, the United States accounted for 83.96 percent of complainant losses.
No data available on reported cyber crime losses in 2010.
The numbers refer to internet crimes reported to the governmental Internet Crime Complaint Center.
Methodology of evaluating loss amounts: FBI IC3 Unit staff reviewed for validity all complaints that reported a loss of more than $100,000. Analysts also converted losses reported in foreign currencies to dollars. The final amounts of all reported losses above $100,000 for which the complaint information did not support the loss amount were excluded from the statistics.

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