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SMBs could be the key to cracking data breaches

With SMBs making up almost all private businesses in the country, it is essential they step up their security game. If we want to reduce the number of successful cyberattacks that target

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Firms pay more to bosses following a security breach and invest less in R&D, new study finds

Bosses get paid more after cyber security breaches to maintain their firms’ reputation, research and development spending gets cut, a study finds. Security breaches in firms have been on the

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Data breach reports delayed as organizations struggle to achieve GDPR compliance

Businesses routinely delayed data breach disclosure and failed to provide important details to the ICO in the year prior to the GDPR’s enactment.  On average, businesses waited three weeks after discovery

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One in three organizations suffered data breaches due to mobile devices

New Verizon report shows a big gap between organizations’ mobile security risk concerns and mobile security best practices they implement. The number of security incidents involving mobile devices has increased

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99 Security Products and You Still Got Breached

Despite a proliferation of security tools, breaches continue to happen. Best of breed isn’t working, so organizations need to rethink their approach to deploying cybersecurity products, said Matthew Chiodi, chief

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One in three organizations suffered data breaches due to mobile devices

New Verizon report shows a big gap between organizations’ mobile security risk concerns and mobile security best practices they implement. The number of security incidents involving mobile devices has increased

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Cybersecurity: Law Firm Data Breach come in Different Forms

Hacking doesn’t just happen to governments in Mission Impossible films anymore. Hackers don’t only focus on getting passwords and credit card information from unsuspecting consumers online either. Law firms are big business

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Consumer attitudes towards security breaches are changing significantly

Transatlantic businesses face greater short-term pain in the US but less long term retribution in the UK following a security breach, according to new data from payment security business, PCI

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Accidental data breaches are often compounded by a failure to encrypt

83 percent of security professionals believe that employees have accidentally exposed customer or business sensitive data at their organization. Accidental data breaches are often compounded by an organizational failure to

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The Challenge of Real-Time Cyber Protection

There’s a huge imbalance between attackers and defenders when it comes to protecting the corporate network. Defenders must protect against a myriad of threats while an attacker only needs to