It’s important to note that the high value of a product doesn’t necessarily make it a high-risk product. Honda Civics and Accords, rather than BMWs, are the most frequently stolen cars simply because there are far more of them on the road and they’re less likely to have sophisticated anti-theft features. The same is true for cargo – there are just more trucks carrying consumer goods than computers and most thieves are opportunists. It’s also increasingly the case that even the simplest electronics are capable of connecting to the internet and being tracked after they’re stolen and resold.
Considering factors like the ones discussed above can give you a completely different, but more accurate, picture of your cargo theft risk than just looking at country-level statistics.