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Prevalence of different types of economic crimes conducted through cyber-attacks on organizations in Malaysia between 2015 and 2017
Economic crimes conducted through cyber-attacks on Malaysian organizations 2015-2017
This statistic shows the prevalence of the different types of fraud and/or economic crimes conducted through cyber-attacks on organizations in Malaysia, from 2015 to 2017. During the period surveyed, the most common type of economic crime carried out through cyber attacks in Malaysia was the disruption of business processes, with 33 percent of respondents answering that their organization had encountered such a crime. In comparison, two percent of respondents stated that their organization had fallen victim to politically-motivated or state-sponsored cyber-attacks. Interestingly, 30 percent of respondents did not know if their organization had been victims of cyber-attacks, or what type of crime was committed through such attacks.
Prevalence of different types of economic crimes conducted through cyber-attacks on organizations in Malaysia between 2015 and 2017
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Source

Release date

August 2018

Region

Malaysia

Survey time period

June 21 to September 28, 2017

Number of respondents

124 respondents

Special properties

Respondents were made up of management executives from 19 industries

Supplementary notes

The survey question was as follows: " Which of the following types of fraud and/or economic crime was your organisation a victim of through cyber-attack?".

Economic crimes conducted through cyber-attacks on Malaysian organizations 2015-2017
This statistic shows the prevalence of the different types of fraud and/or economic crimes conducted through cyber-attacks on organizations in Malaysia, from 2015 to 2017. During the period surveyed, the most common type of economic crime carried out through cyber attacks in Malaysia was the disruption of business processes, with 33 percent of respondents answering that their organization had encountered such a crime. In comparison, two percent of respondents stated that their organization had fallen victim to politically-motivated or state-sponsored cyber-attacks. Interestingly, 30 percent of respondents did not know if their organization had been victims of cyber-attacks, or what type of crime was committed through such attacks.
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