Magazine audience on cybercrime


Magazine audience on cybercrime

Who watches us

“According to Cybersecurity Ventures” is one of the most popular phrases in the cybersecurity community. When cybersecurity companies partner with our media, they benefit from an unparalleled audience of peers, influencers, decision-makers and followers.

Cybercrime Magazine Website

Over the last 12 months tracked, our website – – saw 23.2 million total impressions (web), according to Google search analytics.

We pride ourselves on the fact that “all” of these impressions are organic and “unpaid”, the result of highly relevant information that our audience is looking for on the topics of cybercrime and cybersecurity.

The most popular pages on our website over the past year are our daily cyberattacks and data breaches feed, our daily privacy and security newsfeed, our annual cybercrime reports and jobs, our list of movies about hackers and cybersecurity, our top 10 cybersecurity predictions and statistics. , and our lists of cybersecurity associations.

Cybersecurity companies in the news

The Cybersecurity Ventures brand has been featured or mentioned in the media and on third-party sites (usually with hyperlinks to us) nearly 10,000 times (to our knowledge).

The world’s leading media cite us as a source of cybereconomic data and statistics on cybercrime, cybersecurity, ransomware, cyber insurance, employment, and more.

We are also the go-to source for market data presented and cited by leading technology and cybersecurity vendors, publications, associations, governments, law enforcement, universities, analysts and industry experts.

Magazine podcast on cybercrime

The Cybercrime Magazine podcast has had over 1 million listens in the last full year and is gaining new listeners every day.

Launched in May 2019, The Cybercrime Magazine Podcast is the fastest growing cybersecurity podcast and has broadcast approximately 4,000 episodes.

According to Listen Notes, which is akin to Google for podcasts, the Cybercrime Magazine podcast is in the top 5% of shows out of more than 3.1 million podcasts worldwide.

FeedSpot, which indexes content from hundreds of thousands of global sources and publishes a list of the top 100 cybersecurity podcasts from thousands of podcasts across the web and ranked by traffic, social media followers and freshness, says the Cybercrime Podcast Magazine publishes the most episodes per day, per week, per month and per year, compared to all other cybercrime and cybersecurity podcasts.

Target demographics

Media market data from Cybercrime Magazine and Cybersecurity Ventures is primarily aimed at these audiences:

  • Boardroom and Executive Leaders
  • Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), security decision-makers and influencers from Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies (large enterprises), as well as CIOs and IT managers.
  • Mid-Size Enterprise ($10 million to $1 billion in annual revenue) CISO, CIO, Security and IT Managers
  • Small business CEOs and IT decision-makers (less than US$10 million)
  • U.S. and international government, law enforcement, and military cybersecurity officials
  • K-12 schools, colleges and universities around the world


For many popular search phrases in our industry, the Cybersecurity Ventures website is the first non-paid organic listing on the first results page, or one of the first listed. The traffic to our website, as well as the relevance, rigor and quality of our content, earns us this SEO (we do not pay for this). Some examples of words and phrases that will put us at or near the top in a Google search:

  • Cybersecurity in meeting rooms
  • CISO List
  • Cryptocrime
  • Cost of cybercrime
  • Cybercrime Podcast
  • Cybersecurity Associations
  • Cybersecurity Cartoons
  • Cybersecurity research companies
  • Cybersecurity venture capital
  • Fortune 500 CISO
  • Hacker films
  • Ransomware Report
  • Women in cybersecurity

Word of mouth

Despite the many digital routes leading to the Cybercrime Magazine website, our media benefits from significant word of mouth marketing:

CISOs and security managers regularly talk about us to their colleagues;

Security professionals tell CISOs about us;

Board and C-suite executives tell cybersecurity vendors about us;

Cybersecurity professors tell students about us;

Even competing media outlets cite our market data to tell their own audiences about us.

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