Israel, Hong Kong: Hacker Hotbeds?
The two countries originate the largest number of corporate Internet attacks per online user, says a new study. On average, companies are hit 32 times a week Which part of the world has the dubious distinction of being the most active hotbed of computer hacking? Among the most highly wired economies, more cyber attacks originate from Israel and Hong Kong on a per-Internet-user basis than anywhere else, while Kuwait and Iran top the list of the category of countries with fewer Internet users, according to a study released on Monday. Full Story