Navigating a Complex Landscape: Cybersecurity is a critical national security issue, and some countries have advanced capabilities that can be used for both defensive and offensive purposes. Here’s a look at the top 10 countries leading the charge, with data and stats to support their position, acknowledging the complexities involved:


The United States of America is one of the countries that is experiencing a huge amount of cyber attacks each year. That’s why around 58% of the cyber security companies are located there and try to find new ways to fight with the latest attacks. USA cybersecurity companies database on Cywreck


Israel is the country that takes the second-largest number of cybersecurity deals and this number is growing as many new cybersecurity startup companies appear and get funding. For more info you can check out this episode of VICE – How Israel Rules The World Of Cyber Security? Israel cybersecurity companies database on CyWreck


Although they are very often accused of cyber espionage and attacks by their political opponents, it isn’t hard to tell that they also know how to protect themselves against the same threats.


The federal government of Canada is expected to spend up to $1 billion on cybersecurity – an undeniable proof that they are on the right track against cyber crimes. Canada cybersecurity companies database on CyWreck

United Kingdom

The UK government is also taking measures to prevent upcoming cyber threats by introducing a cybersecurity standard. UK cybersecurity companies database on CyWreck


Similarly to Singapore, Malaysia is also very well prepared in terms of cybersecurity. It has been ranked third in the Global Cybersecurity Index 2017.


In 2017 China have adopted a new Cyber Security Law and it’ main purpose was to increase the cybersecurity and the national security. However, it has attracted heated discussions among foreign business people there. China cybersecurity companies database on CyWreck


France also doesn’t make an exception and wants to to build an effective cyber security strategy by establishing partnerships with UK, China, Russia and USA. France cybersecurity companies database on CyWreck


Sweden has the lowest rate of malware infections in the world (only 19.88%) and is taking precautions to boost their security strategy and fight cyber terrorism threats.


Estonia is well known with their e-governance services and has learned from their past experiences in 2007 how to deal with cyber wars.