With many businesses using digital networks to transfer private information every day, organisations need to be aware of the risks they are exposing their assets to. No matter the size, location of type of business, all organisations are vulnerable to being attacked. Learn how you can build your businesses cyber resilience.
As technology continues to become more advanced, so are cyber criminals. Their attacks are becoming more civilised, more secretive ans more skilled than ever before. While many businesses are investing heavily in cyber security, can cyber attacks be blamed on technology alone?
With many modern businesses heavily relying on technology to perform their daily operations, high levels of security are essential. No matter the size, location or nature of a business, they are always exposed to threats, one of which being cyber. A cyber-attack may result in disrupted business operations, finances and a tarnished reputation.
As technology continues to become more advanced and accessible in our daily lives, the need for additional security levels continues to grow. While many people use technology to advance their businesses, some fraudsters see it as a money-making opportunity to exploit vulnerable systems and only restore them in retun for cash.
They say bad luck comes in threes. This was certaintly the case for credit reporting agency, Equifax, this Summer. The American firm is one of the latest organisations to be victim of a cyber attack, where hackers gained access to records of 142 million people from the US, Canada and Great Britain.
With just a few weeks to go until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes law, it is important that your organisation is prepared. Follow the steps in this blog post to help your HR teams plan and prepare your business for the upcoming changes, or face large fines.
IT has revolutionised the way people do business and there are no signs of it slowing down. However, the constantly evolving digital market brings with it the need for SMEs to invest heavily to compete against the competition and keep customers sensitive data safe. However how heavily should they rely on IT?
With just over four months to go until the GDPR is introduced, now is the time to ensure that your business will be compliant, as the new rules bring with them substantial fines for those found breaking the rules. If you have any questions about protecting your business data, please contact Cyberguru.
Following on from last week’s blog post on managing your business cyber risks, this week’s article looks at how to mitigate against those risks. While it may seem like a cyber-attack is an eventuality rather than a possibility, it is essential that your business is ready. This blog post gives you some simple practices to implement in your business.
All businesses are faced with many digital threats and shifting economic positions, and so far, 2017 has been no different. A recent industry study identified that the most worrisome areas that many businesses face are cyber incidents and business interruptions. Unsurprisingly both of these areas cam be insured should an attack occur.
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