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The zero-trust concept is often reffered to as “trust no one, verify everything.” No enterprise can stop off the myriad of cyberthreats as long as they assume that any individual element can be trusted as secure.
Having 'Superman' or 'Liverpool' as your computer password puts you at a much higher risk of being hacked, say GCHQ.
'The ICO told businesses that ultimately it is their responsibility to ensure customer data is safe and secure.
Over the last decade, cyber security has become a vital part of corporate culture. Whilst businesses have bolstered their security measures, cybercrime has also become increasingly sophisticated over the years.
For businesses wanting a fresh approach to their cybersecurity education practices following the rollout of 5G, here are some helpful tips that can help to make a real difference:
The use of Internet of Things platforms in business is increasing, in spite of the very real cybersecurity risks.
As Covid-19-related cybersecurity threats continue to multiply, three in four of home workers are yet to receive any cybersecurity training.
In this digital age, it’s not a great idea to trust someone with your sensitive data.
Research shows that almost half of businesses have reported cyber security breaches or attacks in the last year.
UK consumers believes businesses should stand their ground having suffered a ransomware attack and refuse to negotiate with cybercriminals.