According to Ukrinform, this was reported by the State Special Communications Service.
In particular, over the past year, the system has processed approximately 58 billion events received using monitoring, analytics and transmission of telemetric information about cyber events and cyber attacks; 181 million suspicious information security events have been detected (in initial analysis); 179,000 critical information security events have been processed (suspicious) Possible cyber events detected by filtering of IS events and secondary analysis); 415 cyber events (critical IS events) were recorded and processed directly by security analysts.”
According to the report, the total number of critical information security incidents originating from Russian IP addresses increased by 26% compared to 2021.
The number of information security incidents in the “Malware code” and “Information collection by an attacker” categories increased by 18.3 and 2.2 times, respectively.
State Private Communication calls on businesses, authorities and citizens to strictly adhere to cybersecurity rules and standards, and reminds that managers of businesses, institutions and organizations should keep the issue of cyber protection of information and communication systems under their personal control.
As reported by Ukrinform, Ukraine repels about 5 to 40 strong high-level DDoS attacks.
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