I have given 20 presentations this year and that was only in the first half of 2016 (although, I have not scheduled anything for the remainder of the year to finish some projects).
In each of the presentations, whether the attendees were parents, children, law enforcement, or digital forensics analysts, I have always been able to give really good examples of compromises. On the day of the presentation or day before, I search for a recent breach and will most always find a good one. If I search a day after the presentation, I sometimes find a new breach that would have also been a good example of a hacking incident.
So for the cybercrime preventation talks, I tell everyone that anyone can be a victim no matter what you do. Sometimes you are specifically targeted and other times, you fall into a group of victims from a third party breach. And the more 'third party' accounts you have, the more risk of having your personal data exposed. For example, if you have a T-Mobile phone, Premera for health insurance, applied for a government security clearance, shop at Home Depot, and ate at Wendy's, you potentially have had your personal data or credit card information compromised five times by doing absolutely nothing wrong.If you are targeted, even if you do everything right, you can have your personal information breached. This applies even to CEOs, like the CEO of Twitter....and Facebook...and the CIA...Most likely, as the Internet of Things heat up and everything gets connected to the Internet, our risk will skyrocket to the point that the only people who don't have their personal information compromised are have been living on a mountain all their lives...with no electricity...and no credit cards...or car...or phone... For the rest of us, it is probably just a matter of time. As for me...my ID has been stolen once and I seem to get notice letters from services about a new breach on a regular basis. The good news is that I always have plenty of great examples to talk about.