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Russia and China Responsible for close to a quarter of the global cyber attacks

28 februarie 2024

Two of the world’s most powerful nations are the leading sources of internet insecurity. That’s per a new Stocklytics.com data presentation. The outlet reports that Russia and China account for roughly 25% of the global cyber attacks.

Stocklytics’ report mapped out the major players behind cyber insecurity worldwide. It noted that most of these incidences (45%) are unattributed, meaning their origin isn’t clear. Meanwhile, China is responsible for most of these attacks (12%), with the Beijing-backed Volt Typhoon group prominently featured.

Russia came a close third to China, accounting for 11.9% of global cybersecurity breaches. Rounding the top five are Iran and North Korea. The report attributes 5.3% of global internet attacks to the Persian state and 4.7% to pro-North Korean actors.

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