Czech Republic improves its cybersecurity following spate of attacks

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The Czech Republic has significantly improved its cybersecurity following a spate of attacks last year, according to the security consulting agency Czech Point, Czech Radio reports.

It says that despite the steep worldwide increase in cybercrime during the coronavirus pandemic, the Czech Republic has moved 35 places up the ladder in cybersecurity, according to data from March 2021. On the other hand, neighboring Slovakia has slid 44 places down and is now more vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

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