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Over 90% of German companies report cyber attacks - study

Thursday 30 October 2014 | 15:37 CET | News
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The Cyber Security Report 2014 revealed that attacks on corporate IT in Germany have again risen, with 92 percent registering external attacks. Around 14 percent said attacks were coming in on a daily basis, while 18 percent said they were getting such attacks once a week or more. Still, only 39 percent of corporate managers consider themselves to be at high or extremely high risk from hacker attacks. This figure is down from 53 percent in 2013. Almost two-thirds (60%) of companies feel they are well protected against IT-related dangers. Meanwhile, 69 percent say they consider IT security to

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Deutsche Telekom
Countries: Europe / Germany
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