It has previously been assumed that once a customer gives an organisation personal data, it will be treated sensitively, responsibly and protected from misuse or misappropriation. Unfortunately, my experience - and the various cyber-incidents of 2016
As cyber security becomes an increasing priority for businesses, we need to ensure that every staff member is aware of the dangers that are out there.
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting enterprises through email scams that pretend to be from senior executives.
Every year around this time those in the industry look to predict what will happen in security over the next twelve months. Here the key trends for 2017.
A security breach can damage a businesses’ reputation, tarnish a client relationship and result in collateral damage that could take years to remedy.
Over the past year alone, two-thirds of big businesses have been the victim of a cyber-attack, so more companies have decided to invest in cyber security.