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Here's How Organisations Are Handling Their Cyber-Security Risk
Here's How Organisations Are Handling Their Cyber-Security Risk
Every year, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport releases their annual Cyber Security Breaches Survey. This year’s data allows organisations to take a closer look at top cyber-threats, analyse the impacts of disruptive breaches and understand the importance of managing cyber-security risks. Indeed, 32 per cent of businesses and 22 per cent of charities experienced a cyber-attack...

Staying Secure: Cyber Trends 2018
Staying Secure: Cyber Trends 2018
Whether it be preventing a mass data breach or finding ways to comply with the GDPR, the need for cyber preparedness and resilience is at an all-time high. However, a recent survey from the Economist Intelligence Unit revealed that only 13 per cent of organisations feel that they’ve learned from past cyber-mistakes. Have a look at the following 2018 cyber-trends to keep your organisation safe...

Why the GDPR Means You May Need More Cyber and D&O Insurance
Why the GDPR Means You May Need More Cyber and D&O Insurance
Last year was a record-breaking year in terms of cyber claims, totalling more claims than the previous four years combined, according to recent industry research. However, researchers predict that cyber claims will rise now more than ever as a result of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Due to the GDPR’s strict regulations and hefty non-compliance fines, the consequences your business...

5 Social Engineering Strategies That Threaten Your Company
5 Social Engineering Strategies That Threaten Your Company
 Regardless of how much your company may have invested in its cyber security, there will always be one glaring vulnerability — the people that work there. Instead of using sophisticated and malicious computer codes, cyber criminals employ social engineering strategies to gain access to your company’s confidential information. These strategies are meant to persuade, trick, blackmail,...

Cyber Security – Have you left the back door open?
Cyber Security – Have you left the back door open?

In this age of connectivity and access, the easier it is for you to reach your customer, the easier it is for people to reach you. It is therefore important to protect your systems and valuable data.
The world of Cyber security is no longer the remit of your ‘IT Manager’ it is now reaching the boardroom. Cyber crime is on the rise and it is extremely profitable. In fact “70%...

Cyber and Data Insurance: Watch our Quick Two-Minute Videographic
Cyber and Data Insurance: Watch our Quick Two-Minute Videographic


In recent years, cyber and data attacks have emerged as one of the most significant threats facing organisations of all sizes. The Internet and other IT network operations have created risks that were non-existent less than a decade ago. When cyber-attacks (such as data breaches and hacks) occur, they can result in devastating damage, such as business disruption, revenue loss, legal fees, a...

Cyber Risks, Cyber Insurance and 10 Tips for Cyber Security
Cyber Risks, Cyber Insurance and 10 Tips for Cyber Security
WHAT HAS CHANGED?

Cyber crime is the world’s fastest growing criminal activity and is the single biggest future risk to businesses. Whilst money is the primary motivational factor for cyber criminals, other factors such as ideology, sympathy, anger and espionage are also significant drivers of cyber crime.

“Cyber Crime has overtaken the drug trade as the most profitable form...