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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all nations in various ways, both economically and especially socially. The new normality, as social behavior dictated by the restrictions imposed, sustained online interaction, a factor that allowed an increase in cyberattacks. This paper intends to analyze the cyberattacks conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic, starting from a series of international events such as the crisis in Venezuela or Ukraine. A part of this study is a quantitative analysis of the results obtained from consulting the Scopus database. In this part, in addition to the most important authors and key words used, we aimed to find if the countries that are the main targets of cyberattacks are also involved in researching cybersecurity during pandemic. Cyberattacks are analyzed in terms of motivation and targets, aiming to identify possible solutions based on the modus operandi of attackers and what will be the next steps in the research.
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