Most telecom outages in Europe caused by natural phenomena - Enisa

Thursday 6 June 2019 | 12:09 CET | News
Most of the outages reported last year in Europe were cause by natural phenomena, with malicious actions causing only 1 percent, according to Enisa's 8th annual report on telecom security incidents. With the report, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity looked at the root causes of outages, as well as their impact. The study covered the 28 EU member states and 2 EFTA (European Free Trade Association) countries. The total number of reported incidents has over the past seven years stabilised at around 160 per year. Incident sizes have been shrinking, due to changes in network architecture, lower

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