: Cybercrime victims are twice as likely to have been a victim of crime in the physical world than non-cybercrime victims. I guess there's something to back this up somewhere in the report, but I missed it.
The report was based on information from almost 20,000 online interviews. These took place not just in New Zealand, but around the world. How many people were interviewed in New Zealand, then?
You can see the actual report here - it's quite comprehensive, and laid out as a long strip of information sliding from right to left. There are animations scattered throughout which are supposed to explain more, but some of them seemed to add to the lack of real statistical information.
If you read through the report, you find that where the costs are coming from seems to be more the cost of time spent in fighting cybercrime, rather than loss of money via stolen credit cards and the like. Statements like at $388bn, cybercrime is more than 100 times the annual expenditure of UNICEF ($3.65 billion)