U.S. government and cyber crime

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Statista dossier about the U.S. government and cyber crime

This dossier presents the challenges the U.S. government is currently facing in terms of cyber crime and the subsequent IT security spending and implementation, as well as of U.S. citizen attitudes on the topic.

Table of contents

  • 1. IT and cyber security spending
    • U.S. federal government proposed IT cyber security spending FY 2018

    • U.S. government: proposed cyber security spending in FY 2016-2017

    • U.S. federal government IT expenditure 2011-2018

    • U.S. federal government IT expenditure 2011-2018, by significance

    • U.S. President's federal government IT budget 2015-2018, by department

    • U.S. government: IT security spending of selected departments 2016

    • U.S. government: FISMA and IT spending FY 2006-2015

    • U.S. government: FISMA share of IT spending FY 2006-2015

  • 2. Federal data breaches
    • Perceptions of likelihood of cyber attacks in the U.S. in the next five years 2016

    • Annual number of cyber incidents according to U.S. federal agencies 2006-2015

    • U.S. government: number of cyber security incidents 2016, by department

    • U.S. government: number of cyber security incidents 2016, by attack vector

    • Number of U.S. data breaches 2014-2016, by industry

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

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

    • Annualized costs caused by cyber crime worldwide 2017, by industry

    • Cyber espionage: most-targeted industries 2016

    • Cyber crime incidents worldwide 2016, by victim industry and size

    • Industries with the highest ransomware infection rates 2016

    • Cyber crime: largest online data breaches 2007-2017

  • 3. Hacking
    • Opinion on delaying Electoral College vote due to Russian hack December 2016

    • Opinion on Electoral College letting Congress choose POTUS due to Russian hack 2016

    • Opinion on Russian responsibility for DNC hack by party affiliation December 2016

    • Opinion on why Russia hacked the DNC by party affiliation December 2016

  • 4. Trust
    • Biggest U.S. government cyber security problems according to U.S. adults 2017

    • Perceptions of U.S. government and business cyber attack preparedness 2016

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

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

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

    • Severest types of hacking according to U.S. adults 2017

    • U.S. online user worry about personal data security with government agencies 2017

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