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  • Building Digital Resilience: Tackling Cyber and AI Risks

    In today’s digital age, organisations are heavily reliant on technology, making digital resilience paramount. This involves fortifying defences against two primary risks: cyber threats and artificial intelligence (AI) risks.

  • Protecting customer data

    Data is a valuable corporate resource. Businesses and organisations collect, store, and analyse data to; understand their customers, tailor products to better suit their needs, improve customer experiences and optimise production so they can sell more efficiently.

  • 6 Myths about cyber insurance

    As a business owner, you will no doubt have thought about the potential risks to your business and with cyber-attacks being regularly in the press, you should be thinking about how your business is exposed to the ever-increasing threat.

  • Helping businesses manage their cyber risk

    The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is encouraging businesses to bolster their cyber security in light of the events in Ukraine and the increased threat of cyber-attacks. For small and medium business owners, the current conflict might seem far-removed from the day to day running of their business but cyber threats are an ongoing threat.

  • Phishing – The need to educate & upskill our employees

    Our employees must be given the knowledge on how to recognise “phishing attacks,” in fact, a check list may be a feasible starting point. We are all aware that these attacks exist and are on the rise, but if our employees could recognise and report the phishing emails, texts, telephone calls, adverts and websites that form part of the fraud, the threat can be reduced.

  • Why cyber risk should be a priority for every boardroom

    A common mistake many organisations make is to leave responsibility for managing cyber risk to the IT department. In reality, improving cyber security and cyber resilience is an enterprise-wide challenge, which requires buy-in from every employee.