The European Commission and other EU institutions have launched the eleventh annual European Cybersecurity Month campaign. The campaign aims to raise cyber-awareness across the EU in light of growing concerns around online safety. This year's campaign will focus on social engineering, a method used by hackers to obtain sensitive information and data from individuals and companies. According to the Threat Landscape report by the EU cybersecurity agency ENISA, the top three cyber threats facing the EU are social engineering, ransomware and malware.
In the US, President Joe Biden issued a similar Proclamation on Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
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