"The examination uncovers how expensive these assaults are for Internet clients, and how lucrative they've ended up for cybercriminals. All things considered, Internet clients lose $476 per assault and one-in-ten individuals reviewed said they lost more than $5,000," it said.
A vast dominant part of respondents said they lead money related operations on the web (81 for each penny) and simply under half (44 for each penny) store budgetary information on their associated gadgets.
As more clients go online to deal with their funds, more cybercriminals are searching for chances to trade out, making it imperative for clients to have hearty Internet security set up to ensure themselves and their cash.
Be that as it may, just 60 for each penny respondents said they ensure every one of their gadgets.
Curiously, half (45 for each penny) respondents said that they expect they will be repaid by banks for budgetary cybercrime with no issue, however as the overview appears, over half (52 for every penny) of individuals influenced have not had all their stolen cash returned.
"Cybercriminals are consistently searching for better approaches to misuse and cheat buyers and that is the reason it's critical for Internet clients to be wary at all circumstances," Kaspersky Lab Head Anti-Malware Research Team Vyacheslav Zakorzhevsky said.