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Database of Cyber Incidents

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The European Repository of Cyber Incidents (EuRepoC) is an independent research consortium dedicated to providing evidence-based scientific analysis of cyber incidents for a better understanding of the current cyber threat environment. Its resources include user-specific, reliable data based on an interdisciplinary perspective.


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We provide a comprehensive, inter-disciplinary and continuously updated database of cyber incidents worldwide:
● Covering incidents from the year 2000 to the present
~3,000 articles from 220 sources scanned and curated daily
● Each cyber incident is coded across 60 variables by our experts


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