The study conducted by Comparitech judged countries on the basis of malware attacks, cyber-attack preparedness and most up to date cybersecurity-related legislation.
India ranked 15th among 60 countries for the worst cybersecurity with over 25% of its phones and 21% of its computers infected with malware. The study conducted by Comparitech judged countries on the basis of malware attacks, cyber-attack preparedness and most up to date cybersecurity-related legislation.
India scored about 39% in its overall score, though both Pakistan and China are worse off in cyber-security. About 25.25% of Indian phones and 21.8% computers are infected with malware. The study found Japan to be the most cyber-secure country in the world. It scored incredibly low across the majority of categories, only scoring a little higher in the preparation for cyber- attacks and legislation categories. Only 1.34% of its phone and about 8% of its computers are susceptible to malware attacks.
Other top-performing countries included France, Canada, Denmark, and the United States. On the other end of the spectrum Algeria is the least cyber-secure country in the world with 22.88% of its phones and 32.41% of its computers infected with malware. It was the highest-ranking country for lack of legislation and computer malware rates, and also received a high score in the categories for mobile malware and preparation for cyberattacks. Other high-ranking countries were Indonesia, Vietnam, Tanzania, and Uzbekistan.
Germany has the most number of attacks related to financial malware while as a country China is where most telnet attacks originated from.