U.S. companies and cyber crime

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Statista dossier about U.S. companies and cyber crime

This dossier presents insights and statistics on the impact of cyber crime on small and medium-sized businesses in the United States. The paper gives information on attack volume, most common types of online crime and fraud before highlighting cyber crime's consequences for companies.

Table of contents

  • 1. Attacks
    • Cyber espionage: most-targeted industries 2016

    • Phishing: number of affected brands as of December 2016

    • Online security: global incidents 2009-2015

    • Cyber crime: distribution of breaches 2014-2017, by sector

    • Cyber crime: distribution of data exposed 2014-2016, by sector

    • Cyber crime: attacks experienced by U.S. companies 2015

    • Leading source countries of web application attack traffic 2017

    • Number of global phishing sites as of 2nd quarter 2016

    • Most serious endpoint security incidents in the U.S. 2016

  • 2. Damages and consequences
    • Organizational impact of data breaches on U.S. companies 2017

    • Cyber crime: number of breaches and records exposed 2005-2016

    • Cyber crime: distribution of data exposed 2014-2016, by sector

    • Cyber crime damages caused to U.S. companies though malware 2015, by size

    • Cyber crime damages caused to U.S. companies though malicious code 2015, by size

    • Cyber crime damages caused to U.S. companies though web-based attacks 2015, by size

    • Cyber crime damages of U.S. companies affected by phishing 2015, by size

    • Financial damage caused by cyber attacks in the U.S. in 2014-2015

    • Distribution of internal costs of U.S. companies due to cyber crime 2015

    • Distribution of external costs of U.S. companies due to cyber crime 2015

    • Cyber crime: average company loss in selected countries 2016

    • Average U.S. organization data breach cost 2006-2017

  • 3. Cyber security
    • IT security of small businesses in the U.S. 2017

    • Enterprise security governance activities deployed against cyber crime 2015

    • Distribution of U.S. company security IT budget 2013-2015, by layer

    • Small-to-medium business (SMB) IT security threat defense 2014-2016

    • Largest U.S. organization endpoint security risks 2016

    • U.S. organizational cyber crime response team availability 2015

    • U.S. organizational cyber crime response readiness 2015

    • U.S. company data loss prevention methods 2017

    • U.S. SME perceptions about ransomware in 2016

    • U.S. SME perception of ransomware attack vulnerability 2016

  • 4. Cyber insurance
    • Awareness of cyber insurance existence among U.S. SMBs 2015

    • Interest of SMBs in purchase of cyber insurance in the U.S. 2015

    • Cyber security insurance among small U.S. businesses 2015

    • Important factors considered by U.S. SMBs prior to cyber insurance purchase 2015

    • Security measures taken by U.S. SMBs to reduce cyber attack risk 2015

    • Plans to buy or increase level of cyber insurance coverage in the U.S. 2016

    • Reasons for lack of suitable cyber insurance for U.S. companies 2016

    • Number of cyber insurance claims made in North America 2016, by cause of loss

  • Language: English
  • Released: August 2017
  • Source(s): Statista
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