Cyber crime in Canada

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Statista dossier on cyber crime in Canada

This dossier has been compiled to provide statistical information about cybercrime in Canada.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Share of global data breaches H1 2018, by type

    • Identity theft data breaches worldwide 2013-2018

    • Malware types encountered during data compromise investigations 2017

    • Global financial cyber crime losses 2017, by victim country

    • Number of police-reported cyber crimes in Canada 2014-2016

    • Number of police-reported cyber crimes in Canada 2014-2016, by type

    • Share of Canadian organizations reporting cybercrime 2014-2016

    • Estimated business losses due to cyber crime in Canada 2014-2016

    • Leading cyber security risk concerns among Canadian companies 2016

    • Share of Canadian organizations seeing the growth of cybercrime 2014-2016

  • 2. Impact on businesses
    • Cyber-attack techniques used on Canadian companies 2017

    • Number of cyber attacks on Canadian companies 2016

    • Number of ransomware attacks on Canadian companies 2016

    • Work Roles affected by ransomware in Canadian companies 2016

    • Consequences of cyber-attacks for Canadian companies 2017

    • Leading security measures against cyber crime among Canadian companies 2017

    • Canadian business with no cyber security training investment plans 2017

  • 3. SMBs perspectives
    • Canadian SMEs that have experienced a cyber-attack 2017

    • Canadian SMEs using cyber security protection strategies 2017

    • Canadian SMEs ability to function without access to digital files 2017

    • Canadian SMEs consequences of cyber attacks 2017

    • Canadian SMEs familiarity with cyber crime terminology 2017

    • Businesses' experience with external hackers in Canada 2017, by industry

    • Businesses' confidence in prevention of hacker attacks in Canada 2017

    • Canadian businesses proactive in their attitude to fraud or scams 2017, by industry

  • 4. Consumer attitides and behavior
    • Canadians affected by online security threats 2017

    • Canadian cyber crime victims' device protection methods 2017

    • Social media or e-mail fraud incidence among online Canadians 2016

    • Canada cyber crime vs. non-cyber crime victims sharing passwords 2017

    • Canadian perspectives on acceptable online behavior 2017

  • 5. Online security concerns
    • Canada: personal information usage concern 2016

    • Government records security vulnerability perception among Canadians 2016, by region

    • Federal government records security vulnerability perception among Canadians 2016

    • Provincial government records security vulnerability perception among Canadians 2016

    • Municipal government records security vulnerability perception among Canadians 2016

    • Health records security vulnerability perception among Canadians 2016

    • Canadians uncomfortable storing information on the cloud 2018

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