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Espionage Became Increasingly Common Attacker Motive Between 2010–2016

November 22, 2017 | Key Infosec Reports

Espionage has become an increasingly common motivation among attackers since 2010, rising by approximately 20 percent. Espionage and financial gain account for 93 percent of breaches, and while financial still holds the top spot, the margin between the two continues to shrink.


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