Key findings from the 2015 US State of Cybercrime Survey

August 2015

Start adding items to your reading lists:
Save this item to:
This item has been saved to your reading list.


It’s no wonder, then, that we found rising concern among the 500 US executives, security experts, and others from the public and private sectors who participated in the 2015 US State of Cybercrime Survey. In fact, 76% of respondents said they are more concerned about cybersecurity threats this year than in the previous 12 months, up from 59% the year before. Organizations must summon the vision, determination, skills, and resources to build a risk-based cybersecurity program that can quickly detect, respond to, and limit fast-moving threats.

The US State of Cybercrime Survey is a collaborative effort with PwC, CSO, the CERT® Division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, and the U.S. Secret Service.

Contact us

Michael Compton
Principal, Cybersecurity Strategy & Operations
Tel: +1 (313) 394 3535

Peter Harries
Principal, Global Microsoft Alliance Leader
Tel: +1 (602) 750 3404

John Hunt
PwC Public Sector LLP, Principal
Tel: +1 (703) 918 3767

Mark Lobel
TICE US and Global Cybersecurity and Privacy leader
Tel: +1 (646) 471 5731

Gary Loveland
Principal, Consumer, Industrial Products & Services
Tel: +1 (949) 437 5380

Joseph Nocera
Principal, Cybersecurity and Privacy
Tel: +1 (312) 298 2745

Shawn Panson
US Private Company Services Leader
Tel: +1 (646) 471 6101

Follow us