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British businesses still in the dark when it comes to cyber-crime as UK government calls for more powers, read more

British businesses still in the dark when it comes to cyber-crime as UK government calls for more powers

British businesses are aware of the growing danger of cyber-attacks, yet a staggering number are still unaware of how to combat or report breaches. That's according to a new study by the Institute of Directors and Barclays, in which 94% of firms acknowledged the importance of IT security, yet only 56% said they have a strategy or plan in place for when an attack happens.

27th March 2017
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Misco roundup – Healthcare, find out more

Misco roundup – Healthcare

In order to provide better care for patients and enhance efficiency for staff in the healthcare sector, there is a push to electronically share patient records. But how safe are these systems?

24th March 2017
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Could mobile working be putting corporate data at risk? Read more

Could mobile working be putting corporate data at risk?

Cyber security is one of the chief challenges facing businesses. No company is too large for a leak as the likes of TalkTalk and Three have demonstrated, and it seems that staff negligence or mistakes often have a hand in security alerts. Writing for telecoms and IT news site VanillaPlus, John Fielding, EMEA managing director at Apricorn, discussed the results from a study which found that corporate data may be compromised if corporations do not adapt their security policies to the growing trend of remote working.

22nd March 2017
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Britain's most senior EU official warns that Brexit will leave the UK vulnerable to cyber-crime, find out more

Britain's most senior EU official warns that Brexit will leave the UK vulnerable to cyber-crime

Britain's most senior EU official has warned that the UK's break from Europe could spell cyber-disaster for the country, as unity and cooperation is more important now than ever. In a piece penned by Sir Julian King exclusively for the Independent, he implored nations to work together in order to "be prepared for whatever the future holds"

20th March 2017
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Misco roundup – Small business, read more

Misco roundup – Small business

It is common knowledge that IT issues and out of date technology can cost companies, but what is the real financial impact on small businesses in the UK?

17th March 2017
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