Cyber crime in the Nordic countries

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Statista Dossier on cyber crime in the Nordic countries

This dossier provides information on cyber crime in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. It gives an overview of risk perceptions, as well as topics such as data protection. The dossier gives information on cyber crime among enterprises, as well as on measures taken in the Nordic countries.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Cyber crime: biggest online data breaches as of 2020

    • Cyber crime incidents worldwide 2019, by victim industry and size

    • Share of cyber attacks in the Americas, EMEA and APAC in H1 2020, by category

    • Levels of awareness of risks of cybercrime in Sweden 2019

    • Levels of awareness of risks of cybercrime in Denmark 2019

    • Levels of awareness of risks of cybercrime in Finland 2019

    • Perceptions about the development of cybercrime risks in Sweden 2019

    • Perceptions about the development of cybercrime risks in Denmark 2019

    • Perceptions about the development of cybercrime risks in Finland 2019

    • Ability to prevent cybercrime by antivirus software in Sweden 2019

    • Ability to prevent cybercrime by antivirus software in Denmark in 2019

    • Ability to prevent cybercrime by antivirus software in Finland 2019

  • 2. Personal information online
    • Share of individuals who heard of GDPR in Sweden 2019

    • Share of individuals who heard of GDPR in Denmark 2019

    • Share of individuals who heard of GDPR in Finland 2019

    • Level of concern about misuse of information shared digitally in Sweden 2015-2020

    • Levels of comfort to share personal data online after GDPR in Sweden 2020

  • 3. Online services
    • Concerns about using the internet for banking and ecommerce in Sweden 2019

    • Concerns about using the internet for banking and ecommerce in Denmark 2019

    • Concerns about using the internet for banking and ecommerce in Finland 2019

    • Changing of password in the last year in Sweden 2019, by online service

    • Changing of password in the last year in Denmark 2019, by online service

    • Changing of password in the last year in Finland 2019, by online service

  • 4. Children
    • Actions taken to protect children from online harassment in Sweden 2019

    • Perceptions of child pornography online as a crime in Finland 2018

    • Actions taken to protect children from online harassment in Denmark 2019

    • Share of actions taken to protect children from online harassment in Finland 2019

    • Parents discussing online pornography with their children in Sweden 2019

    • Children being asked for sexual information online in Norway 2018, by age and gender

    • Parents thinking their kids are exposed to online pornography in Sweden 2019

  • 5. Companies
    • Share of companies that are worried about cyber threats in Denmark 2020

    • Future cybersecurity threats according to companies in Denmark 2016-2020

    • Types of cyberattacks performed on companies in Denmark 2017-2020

    • Perception of information and cyber security risks in companies in Finland 2014-2020

  • 6. Special focus: Measures
    • Reliance on AI in response to cyber attacks 2019, by country

    • AI uses for cybersecurity in organizations in selected countries 2019

    • Change of habits due to internet security concerns in Sweden 2019

    • Change of habits due to internet security concerns in Denmark 2019

    • Change of habits over internet security concerns in Finland 2019

    • Avoidance of sharing personal information online in Sweden 2019

    • Avoidance of sharing personal information online in Denmark 2019

    • Avoidance of sharing personal information online in Finland 2019

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