Finally I can summarize all the events and statistics collected in 2018, quite a complicated year from an infosec perspective. For those of you that keep asking…Read more
And after the timelines (part I and part II), it’s time to publish the last statistics for 2018. related to December, a month that has seen a slight decrease in the level of activity (oh the Christmas atmosphere). I have collected 106 events, 20 less than November.Read more
Christmas holidays are gone, and it’s time to turn the page on this 2018 with the second timeline of December, the last one for the year just gone. Cyber Espionage is the main element of this timeline, with at least two…Read more
t’s time to publish the first timeline of December, covering the main cyber attacks occurred in the first half of the same month. In this fortnight have collected a total of 57 events (plus two that occurred in November that I included in this timeline), the same number of the second timeline of November, which confirms a sustained level of activity.Read more
It’s time to publish the cyber attacks statistics derived from the timelines of November (part I and part II). This month I have collected a total of 126 events that confirm the growing trend (in October this number was 113), and position this month in the third place for 2018 behind February (133 events), and July (132).Read more
It’s time to publish the first timeline of November, covering the main cyber attacks occurred between November 1st, and November 15th. For this fortnight, I have collected 67 events: one of the highest numbers I remember. So it looks like that crypto scammers are flooding Twitter…Read more
It’s time to publish the statistics derived from the cyber attack timelines of October (Part I and Part II): this month I have collected a total of 113 events, a slight increase compared with September, when I collected 106 events.Read more
It’s time to publish the second timeline of October, covering the main events occurred between October 16 and October 31 (the first timeline is here). The total number of collected events is 58, showing a light increase compared with the 54 events of the previous fortnight.Read more
It’s time to publish the first timeline of September, covering the main cyber attacks occurred between September 1st and September 15th (plus some August events that were disclosed in September, so could not appear in the previous timeline).
I collected 51 entries for September alone. Easily predictable, the numbers are growing compared to August: crooks are back in business after the Summer break.Read more
After the two timeline of August (Part I and Part II), it’s time to publish the corresponding statistics.
August has been a month with two faces, with a first half quite lazy, and a tail of events in the second half. In any case, all in all I have collected 80 events, which seem quite few compared to the 130 of July.Read more