Cyber Warfare in North Africa: A Threat Analysis

Since 2012, North Africa has been vulnerable to cyber attacks that have compromised user data privacy and security. Since 2019, these attacks have increased and have targeted state institutions, NGOs, and other private firms. These attacks have shown how the development of malware and scams is becoming more widespread and occurring more often. Attacks push regional governments and supranational organizations to work to counter the threats and ensure safety and security in the digital world.

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