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Microsoft: 58% of Nation-State Cyberattacks Come From Russia

October 8, 2021


Russia is the source of the lion’s share of nation-state cyberattacks Microsoft has observed in the past year (58%), followed by North Korea (23%), Iran (11%), China (8%), and South Korea, Vietnam, and Turkey all with less than 1% representation, a new pool of data reveals.

This year’s Microsoft Digital Defense Report pulls from a wealth of data to highlight trends in nation-state threats, cybercriminal activity, hybrid workforce security, disinformation and Internet of Things (IoT), operational technology (OT), and supply chain security.

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