U.S. consumers and cyber crime

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Statista dossier about U.S. consumers and cyber crime

This dossier presents insights and statistics on the impact of cyber crime on consumers with focus on the United States. The paper gives information on user precautions, most commonly experienced types of online crime and fraud as well as highlighting cyber crime's consequences for individuals.

Table of contents

  • 1. Incidents and data breaches
    • Cyber crime: number of breaches and records exposed 2005-2016

    • Cyber crime: largest online data breaches 2007-2017

    • Leading cyber crime victim loss categories 2016

    • Financial cyber crime losses in the U.S. 2016, by victim state

    • Most commonly reported types of cyber crime 2016

    • IC3: total damage caused by reported cyber crime 2001-2016

    • Number of complaints about internet crime 2000-2016

    • Distribution of malicious data breaches 2016, by region

    • Spam e-mail: leading countries of origin of spam 2017

    • Countries with highest ransomware infection rates 2016-2017

  • 2. Concerns and negative experiences
    • Crime worries in the United States in 2016

    • U.S. perception of personal information security online 2017

    • U.S. consumer opinion on importance of cyber security 2017

    • U.S. consumers who have personally experienced hacking 2017

    • Most frequent forms of data theft in the United States 2016

    • U.S. adult user trust in institutional security of personal information 2017

    • U.S. adult tech user trust in institutional protection of private data 2016

    • Online behavior: U.S. states with the highest electronic bullying rate 2014-2015

    • Online behavior: U.S. states with the lowest electronic bullying rate 2014-2015

    • Effect of hacking concerns on U.S. digital shopping behavior 2016

    • Barriers to digital wallet adoption in the United States 2017

    • U.S. states with state sexting laws as of November 2017, by policy

  • 3. Privacy
    • U.S. parents and teens interests in cyber safety 2016

    • U.S. consumer concerns about social commerce 2016

    • Facebook: trust with personal data among U.S. users 2016

    • Facebook: trust with personal data among U.S. users 2016, by age

    • U.S. perceptions of law enforcement having access to encrypted communications 2016

    • Opinion on law enforcement access to digital citizen communications 2015, by country

    • Google user data requests by U.S. federal authorities 2010-2017

    • Snapchat user data requests by U.S. federal authorities 2014-2017

  • 4. Security
    • Storage techniques U.S. internet users utilize for online passwords 2016

    • U.S. internet users using the same password across accounts 2017, by age group

    • U.S. internet users sharing passwords with friends and family 2016

    • Internet accounts which need a secure password 2016

    • Protection of devices and online privacy worldwide 2015

    • U.S. parents and teens interests in cyber safety 2016

    • Recent U.S. cyber security precautions 2017

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