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Plans by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to make deliveries to the moon in 2020 set a new benchmark for soaring ambition in ecommerce success.
In the last 12 months, it has become abundantly clear that cyber security threats are a business concern, not an IT or PR issue.
An article caused Richard Blanford to reflect on the importance of business innovation and hard work, and why getting your processes right is so vital.
Businesses globally, regardless of size and industry, rely on the internet for day-to-day activity – but IoT attacks (Internet of Things) present a real threat to SMEs as well as large firms.
While TV series such as Westworld have let us grow accustomed to depictions of cyborg rebellion, we still relegate such fiction-based technology horrors to the impossible bin.
Whether shopping or checking your bank balance, applications are essential to our daily lives. This trend is being mirrored in the business world, as everything from back-office infrastructure to collaboration tools are dependent on apps to keep organisations running efficiently. It means, however, rethinking security priorities.
Last week, a beautiful thing happened as I found my LinkedIn account being hacked.
The first trick to dealing with cyber security is realising it is multi-faceted with several layers/elements – including technology and human intervention.
As anyone with a website will know, app security is always a concern, whether it’s your website being disrupted by a DDoS attack or a cyber criminal hacking into your system to steal sensitive data.
Complex passwords are more of a hindrance than a help, according to the NCSC, but the onus should already be on IT departments to build an all-encompassing and secure IT infrastructure
When it comes to company secrets and the risks of them leaking, it’s time to raise awareness of device security to protect business networks, says HP UK’s MD George Brasher.