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The Cyber Sentinel

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NEW STRATEGIES AND COLLECTIVES EMERGE TO COMBAT SOURCE OF RANSOMWARE

Ransomware is the biggest online threat that British businesses face, according to Lindy Cameron, the head of the UK’s cybersecurity wing of the GCHQ. That statement is a long overdue acknowledgement of what many UK businesses already know – that they are increasingly being targeted by sophisticated foreign hackers with the ability to shut down […]

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Cyber Rescue Plan

The Cyber Rescue Plan has been put together to offer a unique approach to Cyber Security Transformation, covering major Cyber Risks and Common Vulnerabilities, and presenting both a Unified Threat Report and Cyber Rescue Plan to your Company.   Cyber Plan on demand services: Business, Legal and Privacy Impact Analysis Cyber Incident Response Penetration Testing,

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5 ways to better brief your board on cyber security

Board members are becoming increasingly inquisitive about the state of cyber security in their organisations. The statutory requirements of directors to be aware of security risks is growing across the globe, which reflects the increasing frequency of incidents which can significantly affect share-price, brand and reputation, as well as shareholder confidence. Board members, non-executive directors

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Don’t use the Equifax example: How you SHOULD communicate a data breach

Another day, another data breach and yet another apology. After hackers stole private data of Equifax’s 143 million customers (including data from 400,000 UK residents), their new CEO Paulino do Rego Barros Jr, wrote an open letter that was published by the Wall Street Journal on 27 September. “On behalf of Equifax, I want to express my sincere

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