In 2019, Americans are more afraid of becoming a victim of cybercrime than becoming a victim of violent crime and, considering the bleak picture of cybercrime statistics, their fear is entirely justified. Cybercrime rates are at an all-time high. In January 2019 alone, over 1.7 billion records were leaked. A hacker attack takes place every 39 seconds and 230,000 new malware samples are produced every day. Businesses are the main target. According to the latest estimates, ransomware will cost organizations $11.5 billion this year, and, although hackers don’t neglect any sector, traders and financial institutions take the highest cost from cybercrime.