Silicon Republic February 21, 2024
Leigh Mc Gowran

The IBM X-Force report warned that more cybercriminals are using stolen credentials to attack their victims, while critical infrastructure attacks are on the rise.

Cybercriminals continue to evolve their tactics and their targets, as Europe faced the majority of cyberattacks last year.

That’s according to a new report by IBM’s X-Force, which claimed that 32pc of all global cyberattacks occurred in Europe in 2023. This region also experienced the most ransomware attacks, with 26pc of these attacks taking place in the region.

This marks a change from 2022 and 2021, which saw the Asia-Pacific region hold the top spot as the most impacted region, followed by Europe. The UK was the most attacked country in Europe last year, accounting for...

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