Cybersecurity

Survey respondents were asked what challenges their company faces in becoming compliant with EU GDPR regulations. The most frequently mentioned challenge is a lack of budget (50 percent), closely followed by a lack of in-house IT expertise (48 percent) and limited understanding of the regulations (37 percent).
Forward-thinking organisations are already starting to completely rethink their security approaches to keep up with evolving cyber threats. What can we expect in the future? Here are the top five global cyber security trends that will define how businesses fight back in 2018:
Crypto-currency is becoming part of our daily lives - actively spreading around the world, becoming more available for ordinary people, and thus a more appealing target for criminals. Anyone considering crypto-currency investments should think about protecting their computer carefully: the CryptoShuffler Trojan is not the only malware hunting down crypto-currency savings.
A new WhatsApp scam is currently doing the rounds that is offering the rather unrealistic prospect of £250 worth of free
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These proposals are a necessary step in the increasing battle we face in keeping safe online. It is inevitable that we are going to need measures in place to ensure wellbeing online is protected, especially of children.
The call is coming from inside the house...no, it's not just a horror movie trope. There's a scary truth to home invasion, but it's not a masked villain you should be watching out for. Instead, connected devices are making digital home invasion a real life nightmare
It's a familiar sight - the uniformed security guard patrolling the store on the lookout for shoplifters, ready to spring into action to stop thieves from getting away with the goods. Retailers have long known the value of proactive security to prevent loss and act as a deterrent in the real world