There’s an old joke that goes something like this: “To err is human, but to really screw things up you’ll need a computer.”
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A long line of very public data breaches have made clear that businesses don’t need to be targeted by sophisticated hackers to have private and sensitive data splashed across the newspaper headlines.
Government agencies, journalists, and businesses trading in some parts of the world may find themselves at greater risk of being spied upon than others.
Wednesday was a big day for car manufacturer Nissan as it launched a new version of its best-selling Leaf electrical car, which claims to be able to travel 50% further on a single battery charge than it predecessor, and incorporates an innovative one-pedal driving system.
Pinch yourself because it’s sometime hard to believe in 2017 – but one of the biggest threats your company faces are old-fashioned and simplistic phishing attacks.
Here’s a salutary reminder for all businesses.
Hacking is never far from the news these days.
Data breaches have an impact. We all know that.
A "sizable proportion" of businesses have still not put in place basic protection and policies to protect themselves from attack.
If it’s data that your customers gave you that’s breached, it’s your responsibility.
Has your company embraced the cloud?
A warning has been issued that companies who have installed the popular Cisco WebEx extension on Chrome could have opened themselves up to malicious attacks.