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Putin-backed gangs could launch ‘devastating’ attack on UK, warns expert | Politics | News

UK’s critical national infrastructure is at risk from cyber criminals backed by Russia, Iran, and North Korea, warned Martin Riley, director of managed security services at Bridewell. Ransomware attacks could have huge impacts, disrupting essential systems and services, and even compromising public safety. A lack of cyber skills and funding cuts in cyber defence budgets heighten vulnerability. The average number of cyber attacks on UK’s critical infrastructure organisations rose by 62% between 2022-2023, per Bridewell’s research.

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