The nc3 observatory
Fostering Awareness &
Securing Luxembourg Digital Future.
Empowering Luxembourg to anticipate cyber threats, adapt strategies, and secure our digital ecosystem for everyone.
Fostering Awareness & Securing Luxembourg Digital Future
Cybersecurity Threats Analysis Empowering organizations with unbiased, reliable, and targeted cybersecurity insights Discover our latest Bulletinarrow_forward
Cybersecurity Market Intelligence Providing Market Intelligence on the state of SMEs regarding cybersecurity in Luxembourg Discover our latest Reportarrow_forward
Cybersecurity Threat Analysis
The actionable insight you needProviding evidence-based insights on emerging threats to aid organizations in informed decision-making on prevention strategies.
Our Latest Threat Observatory Bulletin
NC3 bulletin provides support to business leaders to evaluate the threat context in which they operate, and help them to take decisions related to limiting the possible impact of these threats on their organisations. The Bulletin are released on a quarterly basis
Main Threat Actor
Lazarus Group 15
Main External Pathways
Our MetholodogyThe bulletin is released quarterly and the reported information is structured according to the NC3 threat conceptual model. The information about emerging threats is described along the pathway described by the model, i.e., considering two main dimensions Learn more about our modelarrow_forward
Cybersecurity Market Intelligence
Comprehensive market studies to better understand the cybersecurity market in LuxembourgRegular market research and surveys to highlight the key trends, identify the needs and gaps in order to empower both the Luxembourg cybersecurity ecosystem and economy.
Our Latest Market Intelligence Reports
NC3 bulletin provides support to business leaders to evaluate the threat context in which they operate, and help them to take decisions related to limiting the possible impact of these threats on their organisations.
101 Companies surveyed 2023 saw a surge in cyber threats, with the financial sector becoming a primary target.
47.5% Allocated the surveys were filled out by individuals who are CEOs or owners of SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises).
46.5% New Cybersecurity Hubs of the participants expressed a desire for assistance from professional organizations, while 44.5% indicated a preference for support from public sector entities.
78% Companies Surveyed SMEs that experienced a cybersecurity incident reported experiencing a disruption in employee productivity due to time loss.
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