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Nevada loses the most money to cybercrime | #cybercrime | #computerhacker


The financial burden of cybercrime was analyzed by NoDepositRewards using data from the FBI crime report. According to the data, Nevada is losing the most money to cybercrime. Nevada faced a total loss of $6,286,710.72 per 100,000 residents. In Nevada, 7,198 citizens fell victim to cybercrime, with the average loss for each victim being a staggering $27,897.83.  

The following states were ranked as follows: 

  • California had a total loss of $5,535,081.99 per 100,000 people. There were 51,319 victims of cybercrime in California, with the average loss for each person being $42,026.45.  
  • New Jersey had a total loss of $4,744,902.86 per 100,000 citizens. In New Jersey, 9,978 citizens fell victim to cybercrime with an average loss of $44,181.34. 
  • Arizona had a total loss of $4,360,097.73 per 100,000 residents. Overall, there were 13,186 victims of cybercrime in Arizona with an average loss for each person being $24,572.57.  
  • Alaska had a total loss of $4,329,852.50 per 100,000 people. With 1,267 victims, the average loss for each person was $25,063.46. 
  • Montana experienced a total loss of $4,021,115.77 per 100,000 citizens; as well as this, there were 1,316 victims in Montana, where each person experienced an average loss of $34,613.74.  
  • South Dakota had a total loss of $3,899,509.20 per 100,000 residents. The state witnessed 784 people fall victim to cybercrime, with the average loss for each person being $45,725.63. 
  • Utah had a total loss of $3,867,064.11 per 100,000 people. There were 4,163 victims of cybercrime in Utah – the average loss per person was $31,747.77. 
  • Following closely behind is Florida in ninth place, with a total loss of $3,864,683.83 per 100,000 citizens. In Florida, 32,638 citizens fell victim to cybercrime, with the average loss per person being $26,773.49.  
  • Last on the list is New York, with a total loss of $3,824,820.44 per 100,000 residents. There were 21,313 victims of cybercrime in the state, with an average loss of $35,122.41 for each person. 

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