Every Friday I try to share one of my favourite finds of the week – a web-site, tool or app that has impressed me.
My Friday Favourite this week is the Norse Attack Map – a Real-Time Cyber-Attack Map of the world.
What is it?
The Norse Attack Map is an interactive Cyber-Attack map that visualises the global cyber war in real time. It shows the steady flow of cyber-attacks taking place online, depicted as laser beams on a map.
The attacks visualised are real attacks on the infrastructure of threat intelligence company Norse, based in California.
How can it help me?
The Norse Attack Map is a powerful way to demonstrate to people that the threat of Cyber-attacks is real.
The map can be branded with your own company logo, and as an IT company, displaying the real-time Norse Attack Map on a monitor in your office reception area would make an excellent talking point for visitors.
How much does it cost?
The Norse Attack Map is free to use.
How can I get it?
To view the Norse Attack Map, visit http://map.norsecorp.com
You can also follow Norse Corp on Twitter.
Thanks to Mostyn Thomas of Astrix Systems for sharing the link.