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These states generate the most cybercrime complaints | #cybercrime | #computerhacker


12. Virginia

Number of complaints in 2023: 12,711

Total losses: $265 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 145.8

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11. Georgia

Number of complaints in 2023: 13,917

Total losses: $301 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 126.2

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10. Washington

Number of complaints in 2023: 14,600

Total losses: $290 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 186.9

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9. Michigan

Number of complaints in 2023: 14,784

Total losses: $203 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 147.3

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8. Illinois

Number of complaints in 2023: 15,783

Total losses: $340 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 125.8

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7. Pennsylvania

Number of complaints in 2023: 16,407

Total losses: $360 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 126.6

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6. Arizona

Number of complaints in 2023: 16,584

Total losses: $320 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 223.2

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5. Ohio

Number of complaints in 2023: 17,864

Total losses: $197 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 151.6

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4. New York

Number of complaints in 2023: 26,948

Total losses: $750 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 137.7

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3. Florida

Number of complaints in 2023: 41,061

Total losses: $870 million

Complaints per 100,000 people: 181.6

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2. Texas

Number of complaints in 2023: 47,305

Total losses: $1.02 billion

Complaints per 100,000 people: 155.1

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1. California

Number of complaints in 2023: 77,271

Total losses: $2.16 billion

Complaints per 100,000 people: 198.3

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This past year, a record number of Americans reported becoming the victim of a cybercrime, according to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, which received more than 880,400 complaints.

In addition to the number of complaints being up 10% compared with the year prior, the total amount of losses in 2023 is expected to have increased by more than 20% and are projected to surpass $12 billion, according to FBI data.

While these numbers might be alarming, FBI Executive Assistant Director Timothy Langan explained they are likely conservative estimates and cybercrimes are likely much more pervasive.

“Consider that when the FBI recently infiltrated the Hive ransomware group’s infrastructure, we found that only about 20% of Hive’s victims reported to law enforcement,” Langan wrote in the IC3’s 2023 internet crimes report. “More reporting from victims would mean superior insight for the FBI.”

The above slideshow reviews the states that had the most cybercrime complaints in 2023. The FBI noted that counts show how many complaints were received from each state, not the number of individuals filing a complaint and duplicates may have occurred.

For a more granular analysis of cybercrimes from this past year, see the FBI’s 2023 State Reports.

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