Saturday, April 16, 2011

Readership analytics show dramatic changes

There has been a dramatic change in readership over the last 30 days. Not only has Russia spiked substantially, but China almost made the top-10 list.  Here is the map, followed by the top-10 list:
Readership by frequency is:

  1. United States
  2. Germany
  3. United Kingdom
  4. France
  5. Russia
  6. India
  7. Canada
  8. Brazil
  9. Iran
  10. Malaysia
Interestingly, China is #11. Quite a jump from nearly zero a month ago. So what's happening? First, the FBI and Microsoft shutting down two botnets has probably gotten significant Russian attention. And my (hopefully) constructive suggestions to China and Russia may have percolated up the cyber consciousness of those respective countries. The Iranian interest scares me a little bit, as they could play a part in some particularly scary scenarios. Brazil is also a question mark? I need to become more informed on that dynamic. Any email to enlighten me would be appreciated.

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