The rising threat of targeted ransomware
Organisations must prepare for an increased risk of compromise
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Why cybersecurity must go local
Local authorities are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals
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Battling complacency in cybersecurity
Despite the use of cutting-edge technology and vastly improved employee training and awareness, organisations continue to face a major danger through complacency or an unwillingness to take security seriously.
Central government can no longer afford to fall short on cybersecurity
The level of threat central government organisations face has never been higher. As a result, having effective cybersecurity systems in place has never been more important
Making the grade: Cybersecurity in education
The security challenges and threats are similar for any education organisation. Learning and the exchange of ideas require information to be available to staff, students and the public. At the same time, ensuring that information is only accessible to the right people is crucial.
Why innovation is central to cybersecurity
Constant and rapid evolution of cyberthreats means cybersecurity providers and organisations must continually innovate their technology and processes
Strengthening cybersecurity through collaboration
With the volume and sophistication of cyberthreats growing all the time, organisations need to work together if they are to defeat them successfully
The case for better defence: Cybersecurity and legal firms
Robes, panelled offices and long shelves of law books may be the layperson’s stereotype of a law firm, but make no mistake, law firms are 21st-century organisations and they face 21st-century threats.