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Attack Maps

Attack Maps

 

The number of attacks and theft of data in the cyber-space is constant and voluminous. To those sitting on the outside the attack space is empty, why – simply because no one understands it until it happens to them. The reality is that it never stops. The links below are to live maps that give you a good understanding of how bad it truly is.

 

  • Kaspersky Cyber Attack Map:

Click on the “statistics” to easily find lots of details on where the data is coming from and scan the attack rankings for the day.

 

https://cybermap.kaspersky.com/

 

  • Deteque:

A division of Spamhaus has a live botnet map. Here you see actual infected computers communicating with whatever command server the bot has infected them with.

 

https://www.deteque.com/live-threat-map/

 

  • Fortinet:

This attack map is unique in that it has a day/night map that is overlayed over the entire map. It shows you where the nefarious ones are after hours. The bottom left hand corner displays excellent easy to understand statistics.

 

https://threatmap.fortiguard.com/

 

  • Fireye:

Lots of color and shows the top attacked verticals for the last thirty days

 

 https://www.fireeye.com/cyber-map/threat-map.html