Number of hacking offenses in the Netherlands from 2012 to 2017, by hacking type (per 100 capita)

Number of hacking offenses in the Netherlands 2012-2017 This statistic illustrates the number of hacking offenses in the Netherlands from 2012 to 2017, by hacking type (per 100 capita). As of 2017, approximately 7.5 out of 100 Dutch inhabitants were victimized by a type of hacking offense.
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201220132014201520162017
Total8.89.37.97.67.47.5
Hacked into computer1.51.51.21.110.9
Hacked into e-mail account3.93.53.22.72.52.3
Hacked into website / online profile website2.22.52.12.42.52.6
Other3.32.72.12.12.12.2
201220132014201520162017
Total8.89.37.97.67.47.5
Hacked into computer1.51.51.21.110.9
Hacked into e-mail account3.93.53.22.72.52.3
Hacked into website / online profile website2.22.52.12.42.52.6
Other3.32.72.12.12.12.2
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This statistic illustrates the number of hacking offenses in the Netherlands from 2012 to 2017, by hacking type (per 100 capita). As of 2017, approximately 7.5 out of 100 Dutch inhabitants were victimized by a type of hacking offense.
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Release date
March 2018
Region
Netherlands
Survey time period
2012 to 2017
Number of respondents
65,000*
Age group
15 years and older
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the source does not specify the date of the survey.
Method of interview
Questionnaire
Supplementary notes
* The source notes the minimal fixed net sample of the study consists of 65,000 respondents.

The source defines cyber crime as: "crime which relates to the internet or other media carriers."

The source notes the cyber crime offenses are defined as the share of respondents who were victim of cyber crime in the 12 months preceding the survey.

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