Critical infrastructure attacks: nations are not ready

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With cyberattacks rising in both volume and complexity, and critical network infrastructure now a vulnerable target, filling the gaps in government cyberdefence has never been more important

Five ways cyberattacks can damage company value

The potential impact of cyberattacks on company value continues to be misunderstood by many business leaders and finance professionals. So, while financial audits are regulated, why is cyber-risk still largely ignored and underplayed?

Data breaches: why speed is key to keeping public trust

In the age of social media and public relations crises snowballing out of control, the ensuing hours after a data breach can make or break a company’s reputation

Legislation to combat the hackers

Organisations are now required by law to guard against cyberattacks in a bid to protect essential services

GDPR: Europe is taking the lead in data protection

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is precedent-setting legislation which extends EU jurisdiction beyond Europe

Data privacy in a personalised media world

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Targeting audiences and improving customer experience are based on using personal data with its inherent risks to privacy

GDPR: Website tracking rules will challenge third-party data market

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New European Union regulation, aimed at restoring online data privacy, will impose safeguards which will challenge some company business models