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Identity theft and cybercrime statistics in picture graphs

The total annual fraud amount in 2009 was $54 billion, a 12.5%
increase over 2008, when it was $48 billion. In 2009, 11.1 million U.S. adults became victims of identity fraud, a 12% increase over 2008, and a 37% rise since 2007.
The total annual fraud amount in 2009 was $54 billion, a 12.5% increase over 2008, when it was $48 billion. In 2009, 11.1 million U.S. adults became victims of identity fraud, a 12% increase over 2008, and a 37% rise since 2007.

Fraud continues to rise in 2009, with Javelin's finding show there are more victims than in any period since the survey began in 2003.

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The Javelin 2010 Identity Fraud Survey Report provides a detailed, comprehensive analysis in order to help consumers and businesses better understand the effectiveness of methods used for its prevention, detection and resolution.

A nationally representative sample of 5,000 U.S. adults, including 703 fraud victims, was surveyed via a 50 question phone interview to gain insight into this crime and the effects on its victims.


For a more detailed view of graphs from slideshow (below) link here.

Comments

  • 22564lovely 4 years ago

    this is stupid iit has no good info on cyvercrime