Greece’s ranks fifth, worldwide, in the number of cyber-attacks reported against its industrial systems, percentage wise, according to Kaspersky.
Specifically, the international cyber security firm reports that 32 percent of industrial systems in the country have reported some type of cyber threat.
Serbia (39,4 percent), Syria (36,6 percent), Bangladesh (36,6 percent) the Palestinian self-rule areas (33 percent) are ahead of Greece, which stands out, negatively, among other European states.
Such cyber attacks/threats are considered as extremely dangerous, with the prospect of causing significant material damages and even leading to interruptions in entire production processes.
According to Kaspersky, the greatest number of threats in November emanated from the Internet, followed by emails, flash memory sticks and finally network folders.
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