25+ Important Stats About Cyber Attacks

Everyone that uses the internet knows that cyber attacks are serious business and you should definitely try to be wary of them while you are surfing the web. However, cyber attacks have a very real financial cost as well exclusive of the damage that they do to individual users of the internet. In total companies lose trillions of dollars every year from cyber crime and cyber attacks.

The total amount currently is set to become 6 trillion every year by 2021, which would be double of what it was back in 2015. To put this into perspective, if you look at this as a growth of transfer of wealth, it is the largest such transfer that will ever have occurred in the history of modern economics, and this is all money that is being illicitly obtained along with being money that cannot be taxed by any government entities since it is so difficult to trace where this money ends up going.

This should tell you that cyber crime is growing, and it is becoming an ever greater problem in spite of the fact that so many steps are being taken in order to try and curb it in some way. There are a lot of things that can be done in order to try and reduce the impact that it has, with policies implemented at a government level being particularly useful for this sort of thing, but there is also a lot that you can do as a normal internet user to try and understand cyber crime and how it may potentially end up affecting you.


One way in which you can understand cyber crime is by getting more information about it. Finding the right information can sometimes be a little difficult, but you would be able to do it quite easily by checking out the infographic, featured below.


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