India emerges as top-3 target for nation-state driven cyber-attacks

India continues to be on the top of the agenda of nation-state actors when it comes to cyber-attacks. According to the latest report by Microsoft, India accounts for 13 per cent of cyber-attacks in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, making it one of the top-three most attacked countries by nation-state actors.

For Transmission Control Protocol attacks, in particular, while India was the second most targeted country last year, it has now come down to the fifth given recent geo-political shifts. The report said India has begun advancing cyber incident reporting requirements in the last 12 months and is among the few countries that have initiated measures to protect digital infrastructure. 


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