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INTEL SECURITY CERTIFIED WITH UK'S CYBER ESSENTIALS PROGRAM

infosecurity-magazine | September 23, 2015

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Intel Security UK has certified its offerings against the UK Government’s Cyber Essentials scheme. Developed by the UK government as part of a broader initiative to raise cybersecurity awareness and preparedness in businesses of all sizes, Cyber Essentials provides a set of criteria against which organizations can measure their cybersecurity systems. Achieving the certification demonstrates to customers that a business has taken basic and essential cybersecurity precautions. Since October ...

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NON-CRIMINAL CYBER ACTIVISTS A MAJOR THREAT TO BUSINESSES – CLOUDSEC

Infosecurity Magazine | September 17, 2015

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The collusion of citizens, regulators and the judiciary in a kind of ‘privacy activism’ presents a major threat to businesses across the EU and abroad. This was the pronouncement from Stewart Room, global head of cybersecurity and data protection at PwC legal, speaking this morning at Cloudsec London. Room explained that it is not rogue, criminal hacktivists that firms should be most worried about when it comes to disruptions to their business operations. Instead, it is some of the m...

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A THIRD OF BUSINESSES USE ONLINE BANKING

Infosecurity Magazine | November 30, 2015

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Business users are increasingly making financial transactions with the help of mobile devices. According to a joint survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, more than 30% of companies use mobile devices to access corporate bank accounts and conduct financial transactions. In particular, 28% of small and medium companies and 34% of enterprises conducted financial transactions via mobile devices. In addition, financial departments (63%), managers (54%) and even employees (8%) freel...

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LACK OF EMPLOYEE SECURITY TRAINING PLAGUES US BUSINESSES

Infosecurity Magazine | November 06, 2015

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Employee security awareness continues to be the subject of a dramatic disconnect: Research reveals that 73% of US employees believe their company provides sufficient training on how to protect sensitive information, while a similar percentage of IT personnel (72%) say that employers are not doing enough to educate employees. The research, from Clearswift, underscores the need for more collaboration between the executive team, IT, HR and other employees within an organization to ensure the safety...

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INTEL SECURITY CERTIFIED WITH UK'S CYBER ESSENTIALS PROGRAM

infosecurity-magazine | September 23, 2015

Intel Security UK has certified its offerings against the UK Government’s Cyber Essentials scheme. Developed by the UK government as part of a broader initiative to raise cybersecurity awareness and preparedness in businesses of all sizes, Cyber Essentials provides a set of criteria against which organizations can measure their cybersecurity systems. Achieving the certification demonstrates to customers that a business has taken basic and essential cybersecurity precautions. Since October ...

Read More
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NON-CRIMINAL CYBER ACTIVISTS A MAJOR THREAT TO BUSINESSES – CLOUDSEC

Infosecurity Magazine | September 17, 2015

The collusion of citizens, regulators and the judiciary in a kind of ‘privacy activism’ presents a major threat to businesses across the EU and abroad. This was the pronouncement from Stewart Room, global head of cybersecurity and data protection at PwC legal, speaking this morning at Cloudsec London. Room explained that it is not rogue, criminal hacktivists that firms should be most worried about when it comes to disruptions to their business operations. Instead, it is some of the m...

Read More
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A THIRD OF BUSINESSES USE ONLINE BANKING

Infosecurity Magazine | November 30, 2015

Business users are increasingly making financial transactions with the help of mobile devices. According to a joint survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, more than 30% of companies use mobile devices to access corporate bank accounts and conduct financial transactions. In particular, 28% of small and medium companies and 34% of enterprises conducted financial transactions via mobile devices. In addition, financial departments (63%), managers (54%) and even employees (8%) freel...

Read More
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LACK OF EMPLOYEE SECURITY TRAINING PLAGUES US BUSINESSES

Infosecurity Magazine | November 06, 2015

Employee security awareness continues to be the subject of a dramatic disconnect: Research reveals that 73% of US employees believe their company provides sufficient training on how to protect sensitive information, while a similar percentage of IT personnel (72%) say that employers are not doing enough to educate employees. The research, from Clearswift, underscores the need for more collaboration between the executive team, IT, HR and other employees within an organization to ensure the safety...

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