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:
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All organisations plan for fires, floods, or any other type of incident that impacts business resilience, why should cyber security be any different? The purpose of a Security Playbook is to provide all members of an organisation with a clear understanding of their responsibilities regarding cyber security - before, during and after a security incident.
By having a Crisis Management Plan in place, organisations are better prepared to identify potential attack scenarios, enabling you to better handle a security incident irrespective of type and scale.
As the threat of cybercrime intensifies both on and around the planet, there's never been a more important time for organisations to batten down the hatches to protect themselves. By adopting these types of approaches however, businesses will be able to strengthen their defence and ensure they don't become the next cyber-attack headline.
To build a booming market for talent, this should include subsidised training for individuals and corporates, apprenticeships and particularly a strong effort or financial incentives to grow the take up and offerings of Cyber Security degrees. Promotion and awareness of the industry and the opportunities available needs to be wide reaching.
Unsurprisingly this caused widespread alarm among thousands of computer users everywhere. But it's small business that should pay closest attention because they have more at stake than most. It's not just that the safety of their financial data is crucial to their prosperity.
We continue to monitor and manage the security of a high number of XP systems and while these high levels remain we continue to support those customers who depend on XP to run their business.
For small businesses to thrive it is vital they get off the ground quickly. So it makes perfect sense that as part of this initiative the government is committed to a package of measures worth £1.1 billion aimed at stimulating entrepreneurial growth.
No one likes to have to have a difficult conversation with a friend, family member or colleague. In the context of the home, there is nothing worse than having to tell your son or daughter their cherished hamster has died for example.