Here we go with the second timeline of August covering the main cyber attacks occurred between August 16th and August 31st. A timeline apparently indicating that the malicious actors decided to end their summer break quite soon, as the number of recorded events is considerable higher that the first timeline.
I am trying to catch up with the delayed timelines, so I am happy to publish the first timeline of August, covering the main cyber attacks occurred in the first half of this month.
Well, it looks like the cyber criminals decided to take same days off, since the number of events collected in this fortnight is sensibly smaller than the second half of July (31 vs. 81).Read more
Hacks against individuals and organizations operating in the cryptocurrency space are undoubtedly becoming a big thing. A recent study fromRead more
I have just published the second timeline of July, and now I can finally post the statistics for the same month. Let’s start saying that this month was surprisingly rich in terms of events (I collected 130 records vs. 96 in June), maybe the crooks wanted to complete their home works before going to vacation.Read more
I am back from my Summer holiday and finally I can publish the second timeline of July covering the mainRead more
It’s time to publish the timeline of the main cyber attacks occurred between July 1 and July 15 2018 (andRead more
I have just updated the master table for 2018 and the corresponding charts. Now the searchable table includes all theRead more
It’s time to publish the statistics related to the main cyber attacks occurred in June and derived from the twoRead more
It’s time to publish the second timeline of June, covering the main cyber attacks occurred between June 16 and JuneRead more
I know I am a little late and I will try to catch up as quick as possible. In theRead more