Tag Archives: Statistics

July 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

It’s time to publish the statistics derived from the July Cyber Attacks Timelines (part I and part II).... Read More

June 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

It’s time to aggregate the data collected from the Cyber Attacks Timelines of June (part I and part II) into statistics.
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The Importance of Data (Part II)

In a previous post entitled “The Importance of Data (Part I)” we have shown several charts built using the data collected from Hackmageddon.... Read More

The Importance of Data (Part I)

In information security, raw data is an important piece of information to understand the threat landscape, however it must be opportunely correlated to create value added.... Read More

May 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

Countries May 2015It’s time to aggregate the two timelines of May 2015 (Part I and Part II) into statistics. Nothing new for the Country Distribution: the US rank at number one (and the UK appear a valuable target either, as it gets the second place emerging over the other countries).... Read More

April 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

Country DistributionEven if I am little late, I can finally publish the statistics derived from cyber attacks timelines of April (Part I and Part II).... Read More

March 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

Country DistributionIt’s time to aggregate the two Cyber Attack Timelines for March 2015 (Part I and Part II) into statistics.... Read More

February 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

Country Feb 2015Here we go with the aggregated statistics extracted from the Cyber Attacks Timelines of February 2015 (Part I and Part II).... Read More

January 2015 Cyber Attacks Statistics

country-distributionIt is time to summarize the data collected into the January 2015 Cyber Attacks timelines (Part I and Part II) into valuable statistics.... Read More

2014 Cyber Attacks Statistics (Aggregated)

As I did exactly one year ago, I have consolidated all the stats collected during 2014 with the intention to provide an high level overview of the past year. Of course this data does not pretend be exhaustive, I’d rather prefer to define the charts as macro-indicators of the threat landscape and the corresponding trends, since the sources of the timelines (from which the stats are derived) are open and therefore only show cyber attacks that were discovered and gained space in the news.... Read More