The cost of data breaches to UK companies is around ?2.48 million per instance.
The frequency and cost of reported cyber attacks on SMEs are growing, how can they better protect themselves?
As global cyber attacks become more sophisticated, what can organisations do to protect consumer data and reinforce trust?
It is possible to make an ethical career out of being a hacker ? and in fact the demand for these kinds of jobs is on the rise.
The evidence is clear, hacking can result in serious financial damage to a business. However, high-profile hacking episodes are not being heeded by SMEs.
A look at minimising the risk of phishing attacks as the numbers continue to grow, affecting businesses and individuals alike.
It?s summertime! Which also means it?s a time for family, fun and travel.? The chances are, you?ll be taking your laptop wherever you go, and of course, you?ll be taking your smartphone ? do not forget to be cyber-safe.
Businesses of all shapes and sizes need to protect data in the organisation against cyber attacks.
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If last year is anything to go by regarding the rate and sophistication of cyber attacks, 2017 is set to see a marked increase in both.
With various online cyber security attacks experienced across last year, these are the near future predictions to be aware of for your business.
As 2015 is left behind, it’s clear it was not the best year for cyber security. Thomas Fischer, principal threat researcher for Digital Guardian, looks at the highest profile hacks of 2015 and how cyber security will evolve in 2016.