Willy Benson Ochaya


Cyberattacks have a similar global economic impact of a natural disaster such as Hurricane Katrina, according to Lloyds, the world's specialist insurance market of London report. According to Lloyd’s of London, global cyberattacks pose a considerable risk to businesses, health service, and education, resulting in average economic losses of between $4.6bn and $53bn a year. This literature review investigated the growing threat, stemming from the upsurge in cyberattacks on the significant business, health, education and government infrastructures on a global scale. This review identifies current cyberthreats to education through a wide range of devices and networks. Recommendations for future research, policy, and training are provided.



Literature Review (Non-Peer Reviewed)