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Alert - Microsoft Tech-Support Scammers using WannaCry attack to lure victims

May 24th 2017
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NCSC: Latest statement on international ransomware cyber attack

May 15th 2017
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'Alarming' rise in ransomware

May 11th 2017
 

Poll

Would you consider a cyber security certification for your business?


Yes, it's a potential USP, you can't put a price on that
No, it's not worth the time investment
Yes, provided it was cost proportionate to my size of business
No, they're too expensive
Yes, it demonstrates my commitment to the security of the data I hold
 
 
 

Six essential processes for keeping data secure

 
August 1st 2016
"Data is one of the most valuable assets a business has at its disposal, covering anything from financial transactions to important customer and prospect details. Using data effectively can positively impact everything from decision-making to marketing and sales effectiveness. That makes it vital for businesses to take data security seriously and ensure the necessary precautions are in place to protect this important asset"

Excellent item here on the Computer weekly site re secure data and the issues to be aware of re the GDPR








"Just 2% of more than 15,000 enterprise cloud applications analysed are GDPR-ready, according to a cloud risk report.
A last dash for compliance with the GDPR has begun across Europe – despite a two-year warning, some organisations will fall short, and Brexit is no excuse for UK companies.
The staffing impact of the GDPR will be huge, with 28,000 data protection officers in Europe alone, says the International Association of Privacy Professionals"