The “NXP Cyberthreat Counter” is a simplified visualization of selected global cyber threats “as they occur.” It shows the frequency of specific cyber threats over time, and the dimension of damage by counting the relevant numbers and by a pulse, the frequency of which is relative to the growth of the respective figure.
The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only and is a simplified real-time visualization of selected cyber threats. The information used are provided by: Data Breach Report (Gemalto, 2015), Cybersecurity Insights Report Global (Symantec & Norton Security, 2014), The Nilson Report (07/2015), Internet Security Threat Report (Symantec, 2016), and intel.malwaretech.com. ‘Cars hacked’ is based on extrapolated data taken from wired.com (Oct 10 2016).
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