Cyberattacks are in decline — but getting worse | IN 60 SECONDS

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Despite the decline in cyberattacks from 2019–2020, the damage incurred by them is only getting worse, as made evident by Russia’s recent digital assaults on US government agencies. Resident Fellow Elisabeth Braw explains.

FULL ARTICLE — Cyberattacks Are on the Decline

FULL REPORT — Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report 2020

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