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Le FBI publie son rapport IC3 2019 sur la cybercriminalité

Le Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) a publié cette semaine son rapport 2019 provenant de son Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

Dans son rapport, le phishing monte sur la première marche des trois principaux types de crimes signalés par les victimes en 2019 :

  1. le phishing / vishing / smishing / pharming
  2. le non-paiement / la non-livraison
  3. l’extorsion

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FBI Releases IC3 2019 Internet Crime Report

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has released the 2019 Internet Crime Report, which includes statistics based on data reported by the public through the IC3 website. The top three crimes types reported by victims in 2019 were phishing/vishing/smishing/pharming, non-payment/non-delivery, and extortion.

FBI: Cybercrime Victims Lost $3.5 Billion in 2019

FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) published the 2019 Internet Crime Report which reveals that cybercrime was behind individual and business losses of $3.5 billion as shown by the 467,361 complaints received during the last year.

FBI: BEC scams accounted for half of the cyber-crime losses in 2019 | ZDNet

The FBI received 467,361 internet and cyber-crime complaints in 2019, which the agency estimates have caused losses of more than $3.5 billion, the bureau wrote in its yearly internet crime report released today. The FBI said that almost half of the reported losses — an estimated $1.77 billion — came from reports of BEC (Business Email Compromise), also known as EAC (Email Account Compromise) crimes.

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