Perceptions of likelihood of cyber attacks in the U.S. in the next five years 2016

Share of adults in the United States who think a cyber attack on selected institutions will happen in the next five years as of May 2016

by J. Clement, last edited May 23, 2017
Perceptions of likelihood of cyber attacks in the U.S. in the next five years 2016 This statistic shows the share of Americans who anticipate a cyber attack on public infrastructure or banking and financial systems in the next five year as of May 2016. During the survey period, 51 percent of respondents believed that a cyber attack on public infrastructure would probably happen in the next five years.
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Share of adults in the United States who think a cyber attack on selected institutions will happen in the next five years as of May 2016

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