As businesses worldwide embark on a digital transformation, they should be aware that there is a very dark side shadowing the movement, which should be prepared for.
From Facebook’s launch of enterprise chatbots on its Messenger app, to Google and Amazon introducing virtual assistants into the home, 2016 has given rise to the battle of the bots.
With various online cyber security attacks experienced across last year, these are the near future predictions to be aware of for your business.
The GCHQ Cyber Accelerator has announced the first seven cyber security startups to join the programme, an initiative backed up by incubator Wayra UK.
Business mergers and acquisitions can be a long and tiring process, but it’s important to keep calm and carry on during the next step.
The problem with fighting business fraud is that it’s a largely invisible crime. The aim of fraudsters is to go undetected; it means the value of what they can steal can increase rapidly before the victim becomes aware that the crime is taking place.
Entrepreneur Guy Mucklow provides a five point contingency plan so fellow business builders don’t end up like him – the victim of a cyber hack attack.
It’s becoming more widely acknowledged that cyber fraud is a very big (and illegal) business sector. Indeed, figures from the annual Crime Survey from the Office of National Statistics this year included questions on fraud and computer misuse for the first time, in acknowledgement of the rising threat.
Critically acclaimed series Mr. Robot has been taking the security world by storm – receiving praise for its accurate depictions of cyber attacks and its compelling characters – especially our unreliable guide, Elliot Alderson.
The recent hacking incident involving Mumsnet highlighted the issue of data security for small businesses – and Russell-Cooke's Guy Wilmot shares what SMEs can learn from the event.
There’s been plenty of press about the decision by CESG (Communications-Electronics Security Group, a group within the UK Government Communications Headquarters) advise against the use of long-established security guideline suggesting that users change their passwords on a regular basis.
The revelation that O2 customer data is now for sale on the dark web has brought the issue of mandatory data breach reporting firmly back into the spotlight – as well as the importance of setting secure defences.