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Incident Response & Forensic Expertise Webinar – Would your business survive a cyber-attack or security breach?

Incident Response & Forensic Expertise Webinar – Would your business survive a cyber-attack or security breach?

As organisations endeavour to be as proactive as possible to protect themselves from a cyber attack or security incident, do you have access to the correct Incident Response expertise..

Webinar Wednesday 30th May 3pm: Incident Response & Forensic Expertise – would your business survive a cyber attack or security breach?

Webinar Wednesday 30th May 3pm: Incident Response & Forensic Expertise – would your business survive a cyber attack or security breach?

Register for the free SRM Incident Response and Forensic Expertise webinar here. As organisations endeavour to be as proactive as possible to protect themselves from a cyber attack or..

Business Continuity – what we can all learn from the NHS response to WannaCry

Business Continuity – what we can all learn from the NHS response to WannaCry

To be truly resilient against potential attacks, it is not enough to simply look at patching the last one, but to anticipate the next. When commenting on the news..

Three stages to building a robust defence against external threats

Three stages to building a robust defence against external threats

The news has been full of concerns that foreign powers are using state-sponsored hacking as a means to undermine the infrastructure of foreign powers. While it is irresponsible to..

GDPR: 10 key issues facing UK higher education

GDPR: 10 key issues facing UK higher education

The world of higher education is about to be turned on its head. This is due to the imminent enactment of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will..

Coinhive attacks and how to prepare for the (almost) inevitable

Coinhive attacks and how to prepare for the (almost) inevitable

This week’s report that more than 5,000 websites, including that of the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have been hacked, shows that it really can happen to anyone. Other affected..

The Equifax breach and how it impacts the UK

The Equifax breach and how it impacts the UK

Cyberattacks do not recognise national boundaries, as the latest breach concerning the US credit rating firm Equifax proves. So although the company has now reported the breach of 143..

Government 2017 cyber security health check reveals many FTSE 350 companies are not prepared

Government 2017 cyber security health check reveals many FTSE 350 companies are not prepared

Monday’s Government survey of Britain’s FTSE 350 companies has revealed some worrying statistics. The report analyses how the boards of the UK’s largest businesses deal with cyber security and..

Not all publicity is good, especially when it comes to data breaches

Not all publicity is good, especially when it comes to data breaches

While most businesses are pleased to receive free publicity, spare a thought for Berkshire-based Boomerang Videos. Not only did the firm’s website suffer a cyber attack in 2014, but..

Do not wait until it’s too late – engage a PFI company now!

Do not wait until it’s too late – engage a PFI company now!

‘Do not wait until it’s too late – engage a PFI company now!’ That is the advice given by Jeremy King, International Director, PCI Security Standards Council in his closing..

What is an Incident Response Plan?

What is an Incident Response Plan?

Information security breaches can and do happen, even to the best prepared organisations. Every year, companies that have demonstrated ongoing PCI DSS compliance will still fall victim to an..

Cyber Security Accountability Does Pay

Cyber Security Accountability Does Pay

Cybercrime in 2015 was nothing short of epic. No one could have anticipated headline news stories such as Sony Pictures Entertainment hacked by a group allegedly sponsored by North..