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Cyber safety is becoming a crucial factor within national security protocols for most global countries today. However, cyber safety’s universal standardisation is still underway. Which countries are most at risk? Which countries are comparatively more cyber-safe? To come up with a way to measure the same, mixmode.ai evaluated cyber safety across 70 countries.

Using data and combining scores from the National Cyber Security Index (NCSI), the Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI), the Cybersecurity Exposure Index (CEI), and Comparitech, they calculated a measurable Cyber Safety Score for each nation, adjusting for different scoring systems. Comparitech’s research, reflecting cyberattack rates, was inverted for the study.

Cybersecurity experts at mixmode.ai found that Finland ranked first among the Lowest Risk Countries for Cyber Threats Worldwide, with a Cyber Safety Score of 92.81. In overall cyber safety, Finland has outperformed several major countries, such as the USA, UK, Canada, and Australia. Since Nordic countries Finland, Norway, and Denmark lead with Cyber Safety Scores above 92, they demonstrate robust cybersecurity infrastructure.

On the contrary, Bolivia is ranked first among the Highest Risk Countries for Cyber Threats Worldwide, with a Cyber Safety Score of 38.39.

Here is a tabulated form of the whole study’s findings:


  • Updated On Jun 6, 2024 at 05:00 AM IST
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  • Published On Jun 6, 2024 at 05:00 AM IST
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