Stephen O’Boyle, Global Head of Cybersecurity and Information Resilience Services at BSI explores how organizations can prepare for a cyber incident.
Calling 2020 a challenging year for businesses would be an understatement. In addition to the global COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a sharp incline in fraudulent activity and cyberattacks
The COVID-19 crisis has transformed the landscape for SMBs in the UK, and companies have had to adapt their way of working with unprecedented speed.
Many businesses will be reassessing the current home working set up that COVID-19 has forced them to embrace.
“Give a man an 0day and he'll have access for a day. Teach a man to phish and he'll have access for life”
The Trump Administration’s continued threats to ban TikTok in the United States, due to the company’s Chinese origins, have received mixed reactions from social media and internet users in the United States and globally.
New analysis reveals two sectors – energy and government – have become especially vulnerable to cyber threats.
All businesses, regardless of size, have faced a huge number of challenges during the current pandemic.
While guidance has been published for organisations to enable workers to return to work safely, many employees will still be required to work remotely as part of a longer-term plan.
With the steadily increasing deployment of new technologies across enterprise, the number of cyber threats facing organisations has been rising.