As we continue our journey towards an increasingly digital environment, it was positive to hear the government’s recent announcement that investment in data and cyber-security will be boosted above £50 million in a bid to strengthen NHS and social care organisations.
Two major cyberattacks have occurred in the past few months. Does this bring into question the relationship between in-house IT staff and external technology consultants?
Cyber-attacks ranged from web-app attacks to ransomware. Data breaches continue to come in waves. So what can we learn from the past 12 months?
By 2020 it is estimated that the global internet of things (IoT) market will have grown to more than $1.7 trillion. According to a study by Gartner, by the end of this year alone the number of IoT devices on the planet will have reached more than 4 billion. It is not unreasonable to suggest
The dark web is a growing concern in the cyber-security space and has been the subject of numerous, recent, crime-related headlines. For users who access it, the dark web is a part of an anonymous network known as the ‘deep web’. It’s made up of a large assembly of data and domains not
It goes without saying that breaches are extremely bad news for business.But are their ways of tackling this with data automation?