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A recent survey by U.S.-based Intel Security Group and The Aspen Institute has found that cyber attacks on critical infrastructure often result in physical damage, SC Magazine UK reported.
Researchers interviewed 625 information technology decision makers working across critical infrastructure in the United States and Europe for the survey.
About 48% of the respondents said that attack on critical infrastructure could result in the loss of human life and is expected to happen within the coming three years.
About 72% of the respondents said that the threat level of attacks is increasing.