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Don’t get complacent about cyber crime
There are many things that give CEOs insomnia, but one of the things that is now keeping senior execs awake at night is the thought of a serious cyber attack.
Smaller firms need extra support to fight cybercrime
One in three smaller businesses has suffered a cybercrime in the past two years and the Federation of Small Businesses says the time has come to help them.
Disposable data: the invisible vulnerability
Transitory information such as engineering development work, component orders and marketing campaigns must not be overlooked by security systems.
Why the benefits of cloud security outweigh the risks
"Moving to the cloud brings cutting-edge security to company systems, however small," says Ed Macnair, who has been working in the technology and IT security industry for over 30 years.
New EU regulation highlights the risks of cybercrime
The rise of cybercrime is now one of the biggest issues affecting many businesses and the EU regulators have now taken actions to try to get the business community to act to protect itself.
The cyber risk: protecting your business from attack
Companies of all sizes are vulnerable to cyber threats, but by making security a priority businesses can reduce the risk to themselves and their customers.
The evolving professionalism of the cyber-security industry
There is an ever-growing awareness of cyber security threats, with almost daily coverage in the media. The truth is every organisation is vulnerable; 100 per cent defence is not possible.
How secure is retail payment?
Money is a highly sensitive issue for most consumers, and therefore any announcement about payment fraud is to be considered seriously.
The urgent need to combat the skills shortage
One of the biggest issues facing the cyber security industry today is the skills shortage. Although the need to be cyber safe has never been greater, there is still a lack of people with the necessary expertise, something the industry recognizes and is keen to tackle.
Frank Abagnale explains how cybercrime and fraud is a threat to financial services
Frank Abagnale JR was famed for Leonardo DiCaprio’s portrayal of him in ‘Catch Me If You Can’. However one of the most interesting things about Frank is not his past endeavors but his current work, contributing to the future of preventing cybercrime and fraud.
Security considerations in the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers us the tantalizing potential of a hyper-connected world. To ensure that this new world, and our data, is safe for its citizens we need security and privacy that works with and for us.
Extending information risk management to embrace cyber resilience
Global cyber-attacks continue to become more innovative and sophisticated than ever before. Data breaches at major retail brands have revealed that cyber risk is an ever-growing concern for organisations around the world.
Cybervillains are everywhere. Companies and individuals alike must stay alert
Cybercrime is a major issue these days: Google and McAfee estimates there are 2,000 cyberattacks every day costing the global economy about £300 billion a year.
Why your cyber security is more important than ever
SMEs shouldn't fool themselves into thinking they are immune from cyber attacks, says Alan Calder, CEO of IT Governance. What's more, the penalties for poor data protection are about to get much tougher.
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