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Cyber Attacks Statistics

October 2020 Cyber Attacks Statistics

t’s time to publish the statistics for October derived from the two cyber attacks timelines. For this month, I have taken into consideration 223 events, despite you need to consider that 17 events alone are related to 17 companies, whose data (an aggregated of 34 million records) was put on sale on October 28.

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Cyber Attacks Timeline

16-31 October 2020 Cyber Attacks Timeline

It’s time to publish the second timeline of October, covering the main cyber attacks happened in the second half of the month, plus some additional events that occurred before this period, but were discovered or disclosed in the considered interval. This timeline contains 119 events, so apparently the break in the previous timelines was just an illusion. Unsurprisingly ransomware plays an important role in these numbers: almost one out of three events is…

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Cyber Attacks Timeline

1-15 October 2020 Cyber Attacks Timeline

The first cyber attacks timeline of October is here! This list contains 100 events (including 7 occurred before), a number very close to the one recorded in the previous month (100). Needless to say, ransomware continues…

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Cyber Attacks Statistics

September 2020 Cyber Attacks Statistics

After the two cyber attacks timelines of September, it’s time to publish the corresponding statistics. In this month I have collected a total of 201 events, which represents the new record, after the 197 of August. The Daily Trend chart reflects…

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Cyber Attacks Timeline

16-30 September 2020 Cyber Attacks Timeline

It’s time to publish the second timeline of September. This timeline confirms the trend of the latest months with 101 events (including 4 occurred outside the considered interval). Needless to say, ransomware continued to dominate…

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