A significant minority of publicly traded growth companies see cyber security as a “technical topic” not warranting board level consideration, according to a survey out one month after the NHS “ransomware” crisis.
In light of the WannaCry ransomware attack, this may be set to change, but according to a recent survey, 75 per cent of CISOs will be investing in data security and integrity, whilst 64 per cent are prioritising application security. However, according to new data from attendees of the Network Group Events’ Digital Transformation Network, less than […]
The blame game reached a new level this weekend, as the NHS was hurled up in the court of public opinion, but the critics miss the point.
The atom bomb of ransomware explodes, but what is ransomware and how can you avoid it happening to you?
Data from cyber insurance provider CFC Underwriting finds that 38 per cent of its claims in 2016 could have been avoided if better education and training processes were in place.
“The internet brings huge business opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Every day there are cyber attacks on UK companies like yours, attempting to steal your information and money, or disrupt your business. It is increasingly important to manage these risks to take advantage of the internet whilst protecting your business.” HM Government
The threat of a data breach is growing and irrelevant of size, all businesses need a plan to firstly respond, and then recover and reassure, says Jim Steven, data breach expert at Experian.
A majority of businesses believe they are one step ahead of fraudsters, with a mere 13 per cent feeling they are lagging behind them, reveals new research.
It’s ‘Safer Internet Day’ and on to mark the occasion, cyber risks expert, Justin Tivey, at Bond Dickinson, looks at what businesses and individuals alike need to do to protect themselves and remain safe on the Internet.
SonicWall has just released its latest Global Threat Report, and it contains reasons for cheer, alas it also has lots of reasons why you need to be afraid and take precautions.
With many high profile hacks occurring this year resulting in the loss of personal data, security has been arguably one of the biggest issues for businesses in 2016. Here are some predictions from Stuart Reed, senior director of global product marketing, NTT Security about what 2017 holds for security, including IoT and cyber security.
GDPR, the New EU General Data Protection Regulation is coming into force in May 2018 and as cyber-attacks continue to hit organisations and the headlines it’s important that businesses minimize the risks of a breach.