UK cybersecurity map reveals where people are victims of crimes online.

More than a quarter of people living in London have been victim to cybercrime, which includes having their identity, money or bank detail stolen, according to a new research.

More than a quarter of people living in London have been victim to cybercrime, which includes having their identity, money or bank detail stolen, according to a new research.

Londoners are the most likely to have been victims of cybercrime, with as many as 27 per cent saying they've been affected, according to a research from Intelligent Environments, a financial technology company.

Some 19 per cent of people in the UK said they have limited understanding of how to stay safe online, but nearly 50 per cent are concerned their identity and bank details will be stolen.