Cyber incident motives according to U.S. respondents 2016

This graph represents the results of a 2016 survey among manufacturing industry cyber risk executives regarding the most common motives for cyber incidents. In that year, 26 percent of survey respondents said that access to regulatory compliance info was a motive for committing a cyber crime.

Key motives for cyber incidents as of 2016, according to manufacturing industry cyber risk executives

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Sources

Release date

November 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016

Number of respondents

225 respondents

Age group

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Special properties

Manufacturing industry cyber risk executives

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* The source did not specify the age of respondents.

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