Cyber crime and cyber security in the United Kingdom (UK)

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Statista Dossier about cyber crime and cyber security in the UK

The dossier presents a range of selected statistics and data about cyber crime and cyber security in the United Kingdom (UK). It contains statistical data on the experiences of the UK public with cyber crimes, on individuals actions to ensure their own security and the security of their private data. Furthermore, it contains statistics on the economic impact of cyber crimes on businesses in the UK. In addition to these statistics it also shows data on online piracy.

Table of contents

  • 1. Experiences of Cyber Crimes
    • Online services hacked most commonly in Great Britain 2013

    • Frequency of experiences of social media or email accounts being hacked UK 2017

    • Frequency of experiences of online identity theft in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017

    • Frequency of experiences of personal data fraud attempts in the UK 2017

    • Frequency of experiences of online shopping fraud in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017

    • Frequency of experiences of bank card and online banking fraud in the UK 2017

    • Frequency of experiences of device hacking-related extortion in the UK 2017

    • Frequency of discovering malicious software on devices in the UK 2017

    • Perceptions about the development of cybercrime risks in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017

  • 2. Online Privacy and Data Security
    • Institutions and enterprises trusted to collect personal data in the UK 2015

    • Attitudes to online privacy in the United Kingdom (UK) as of October 2013

    • Avoidance of sharing personal information online in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017

    • Concerns over protection of personal data stored by public authorities in the UK 2017

    • Concerns over personal data protection by websites in the United Kingdom (UK) 2017

  • 3. Cyber Security
    • Perception of personal protection abilities against cybercrimes in the UK 2017

    • Reactions to hacking and personal data theft in Great Britain as of December 2013

    • Online security and safety features usage in the UK 2013-2015

    • Change of habits over internet security concerns in the United Kingdom (UK) 2013-2014

    • Share of actions taken to protect children from online harassment in the UK 2017

  • 4. Cyber Crimes against Businesses
    • Average annualized cyber crime costs to UK companies 2015, by industry sector

    • Hacking incidents experienced in England and Wales 2016, by industry sector

    • Computer virus incidents experienced in England and Wales 2016, by industry sector

    • Phishing incidents experienced in England and Wales 2015, by industry sector

    • Online crime incidents experienced in England and Wales 2016, by industry and type

    • Website vandalism incidents experienced in England and Wales 2016, by industry sector

    • Cyber crime: share of affected UK companies in 2015, by attack type

    • Distribution of costs of cyber crime for UK companies 2012-2015, by attack type

    • Detection and escalation costs of a data breach in the UK 2010-2015

    • Share of security technologies deployed by companies against cyber crime UK 2015

    • Cyber risk awareness among enterprises in the United Kingdom (UK) 2015

  • 5. Online piracy
    • Confidence in knowing what is legal online in the United Kingdom as of 2017

    • Illegal digital media content consumption in the UK 2012-2017

    • Legality of digital content consumption in the United Kingdom (UK) as of May 2017

    • Illegal digital music consumption in the United Kingdom (UK) 2012-2017

    • Illegal digital film consumption in the UK 2012-2017

    • Factors discouraging illegal digital content consumption in the UK 2017

  • Language: English
  • Released: February 2016
  • Source(s): Statista
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