The range of interests is quite wide:
Cyber criminal individuals and organisations
interested in making money through fraud or from the sale of collected information.
Industry competitors and foreign intelligence services
interested in gaining economic advantage for their companies or countries.
who find hacking into systems as an enjoyable challenge.
who attack companies for political or ideological motives.
Employees or those who have legitimate access
either by an accidental or deliberate misuse of power.
Statistics from 2019:
Cyberattacks are not new to large companies and organisations. And while such an attack can cause enormous damage, these companies are prepared for it financially and legally as well.
However, the biggest problem is the dramatic increase in the number of attacks on small and medium-sized businesses. For small businesses, we saw a giant leap from 2018 to 2019.
Untargeted attacks are against any company, regardless of the scope of activity.
The typical victims of targeted attacks such as blackmailing and industrial espionage are:
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