Cyber criminals are posing an increasingly significant risk to businesses’ bottom line.  In 2016, cyber security breaches cost UK businesses almost £30 billion; that's staggering.  PwC's annual Global State of Information Security Survey 2017 showed that retail and consumer businesses were affected by, on average, more than 4,000 security incidents in 2015.  16% of those surveyed admitted to losses of $1 million plus due to these incidents.   A worrying 95% of breached records originated from either retail, government or technology in 2016!  So, what can you do as a retailer to reduce the impact of cyber attacks on your business?

Jun 20, 2017

Amar Singh from Cyber Management Alliance recently hosted an educational webinar discussing the necessary foundational controls for a business. The webinar, available for viewing online (here) is titled Designing the Foundations of a Secure Organisation. Amar invited an expert in this field to join him and discuss these controls and how they could help improve the overall cybersecurity posture of an organisation. David McKissick works for Tripwire.

Feb 13, 2017

Free Cyber Incident Response Plan Template

Optimised Document Structure, Easy to understand guidance on Cyber Incident Planning & Response and a ZERO-FLUFF approach makes this cyber response plan template immediately useful.

Simply fill in your details in the form below to receive your copy and more free mind maps and checklists.