30% of companies experience an increase in cyberattacks during the summer months

  • The most common cybercrimes are ransomware (20%) and other identity thefts (43%), including CEO fraud (42%) and fake client scams (35%).
  • TEHTRIS experts have created a brief guide with security warnings and recommendations for companies during the summer

Madrid, 19 June 2023. Far from resting, cybercrime continues to rise during the summer. Hackers and cybercriminals don’t take vacations and take advantage of these months to wreak havoc, so companies must increase their vigilance. Phishing and malware attacks are more likely to occur during the summer months, and most organizations are not fully aware of the risk. Such is the situation that 30% of companies have observed a significant increase in attacks during the summer months (1).