The theory cyberattacks is a suggested area of cybersecurity that uses abstractions of actual technological advances, networks, and companies to justify, clarify, or expand on the body of work known as cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is also useful in preventing attacks that seek to disable or disrupt a system's or device's functionality.


With an expanding number of people, devices, and programs in the contemporary company, as well as an increased volume of data, most of it is sensitive or secret, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important. The increasing number and skill of cyber attackers and attack methodologies exacerbates the situation even further.

Key facts about cybersecurity
  •   Check Point ( reported a 42% global surge in cyber-attacks, with ransomware being the top danger.
  • IBM's Cost of a Data Breach Report, In 2022, ransomware attacks accounted for 12% of critical infrastructure breaches.
  • According to the 2022 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report, ransomware volume decreased by 23% worldwide, but increased by 63% in Europe.