Croatian cyber-attacks rise 65% in 2019

Thursday 23 January 2020 | 14:01 CET | News
Last year, the number of cyber-security incidents or cyber-attacks in Croatia rose by 65 percent to 1,129, according to the national Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), reports Poslovni Dnevnik. Part of the reason for the larger number of reported incidents is stricter regulation. The leading types of incident in Croatia in 2019 were phishing, phishing URLs and compromised websites, the CERT said.

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Croatia (Hrvatska)
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