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Plenty has been written this month about attack attribution, but, really, if your network is under siege, how often does the “who” matter as much as the “how,” “what,” and “where”? It seems that knowing who the actor is behind a network intrusion matters little to a bank, restaurant or retail chain. You just want them off your gear, and you want your stuff put back where it belongs.
What country serves up the biggest share of online attacks? The U.S., you say? It’s the world’s largest and most advanced economy. China maybe? Its growing fast, with billions of citizens and hundreds of millions of Internet users. How about Russia?