Typical financial threats online 2015

Most commonly financial attacks experienced by internet users worldwide as of June 2015

Typical financial threats online 2015 This statistic shows the most commonly financial attacks experienced by internet users worldwide as of June 2015. During the survey period, 22 percent of respondents stated that they had received a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from a bank asking to send a password or other details.
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Most commonly financial attacks experienced by internet users worldwide as of June 2015

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Share of respondents
Receiving a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from a bank asking to send password/other details22%
Receiving a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from a shopping site asking to send a password15%
Being redirected to a suspicious web page asking to enter online financial account details11%
Approached by a suspicious person over the phone/by e-mail trying to obtain financial data12%
A victim of some kind of online scam/fraud and had money stolen6%
Lost money on payment cards as a result of a retailer having their security compromised4%
Entered details on a fake banking/payment website4%
Victim of data leakage/loss by financial organization5%
Had cryptocurrency (e.g. BitCoin)/e-money stolen3%
Other incident involving potential money loss2%
Any financial incident48%
Share of respondents
Receiving a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from a bank asking to send password/other details22%
Receiving a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from a shopping site asking to send a password15%
Being redirected to a suspicious web page asking to enter online financial account details11%
Approached by a suspicious person over the phone/by e-mail trying to obtain financial data12%
A victim of some kind of online scam/fraud and had money stolen6%
Lost money on payment cards as a result of a retailer having their security compromised4%
Entered details on a fake banking/payment website4%
Victim of data leakage/loss by financial organization5%
Had cryptocurrency (e.g. BitCoin)/e-money stolen3%
Other incident involving potential money loss2%
Any financial incident48%
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This statistic shows the most commonly financial attacks experienced by internet users worldwide as of June 2015. During the survey period, 22 percent of respondents stated that they had received a suspicious e-mail claiming to be from a bank asking to send a password or other details.
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