Annual Report 2020 of CERT.at and GovCERT Austria published

In their Internet Security Report, GovCERT Austria and CERT.at, an initiative of the Domain-Registry nic.at, report on events and activities of the past year.

The ongoing pandemic has also left its mark on cyberspace: the data of 2020 shows that rapid digitization has been accompanied by an increase in - increasingly professionalized - cyberattacks.

The report indicates that, despite the pandemic, protection of digital infrastructure has been broadly successful. By serving as a central information hub, GovCERT Austria and CERT.at contributed greatly to this achievement.

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