Check Point Research (CPR) released an update on cyber-attack trends throughout the current Russia-Ukraine war.
In a previous report, Check Point Research (CPR) observed an increase in cyber-attacks aimed at NATO countries that were sourced from Chinese IP addresses.
One month after the war started on 24th February 2022, both Russia and Ukraine saw increases in cyber-attacks of 10% and 17% respectively. CPR has also observed a 16% increase in cyber-attacks globally throughout the current conflict. CPR shares cyber-attack data for NATO countries, regions and more. CPR postulates that hackers are seeking to take advantage of the Russia-Ukraine war from all corners, while continuing to carry out other attacks in high volumes.