More than 80% of UK businesses faced a cyberattack over the last year. Many of these attacks were caused by employees. It’s usually unintentional – the employees might not be well trained in cyber-security protocols, or worse yet, they may not be following that training. Here are 5 ways your employees could be a risk to your business’s cybersecurity.
Having an understanding of cybercriminal behaviour is the first step in preventing attacks from happening. Cyberattacks on businesses are at an all-time high. Cybercriminals are constantly evolving and coming up with new tactics to gain access to business systems and data. You need to understand where your vulnerabilities are and what you can do to
Cybersecurity is critical for your business continuity. We invest a lot of time and money in the latest and strongest anti-viral software and firewalls. But when it comes to security, the biggest hole in your defence system is often your employees. Human error can account for 90% of cybersecurity breaches. From weak passwords to clicking
Cybersecurity awareness month was created in an effort to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity. With businesses today relying almost completely on virtual operations, your business simply cannot afford not to have strong cybersecurity in place; one single breach could ruin you. A single breach could result in huge data losses, costly downtime and
CiSP is the Cyber-Security information Sharing Partnership. Set up by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), CiSP’s primary objective is to tackle cyber threats and enable its members to exchange this information on threats and vulnerabilities in real time. Launched in 2013, the CiSP is a collaborative initiative between industry and government to share cyber
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