Belarus is among the least cyber-secure countries, according to the research by Сomparitech, a UK-based website that specializes in assessing cyber security levels around the world. Among 60 countries studied, Belarus ranks No 8 (in this case, the higher position in the ranking means the worse cyber security) between Pakistan and India. Belarus has a high percentage of malware on smartphones (9.33%) and computers (31.1%) of users.
The worst situation with cyber security in the world is in Algeria, Indonesia, Vietnam, Tanzania and Uzbekistan. The most secure nations are Japan, France, Canada, Denmark and the United States. Our neighbors rank better than Belarus: Poland - No 40, Russia - 38, Latvia - 31, Ukraine - 10. Lithuania was not entered into the ranking.