Cybersecurity remains a high priority for businesses across the globe, though it can be difficult to know the risks your business is vulnerable to. Between viruses, malware, DoS attacks, and breaches of employee information, companies of all sizes can lose confidential information and commercial revenue as a result of a cyberattack.
In the U.K., just half (51%) of businesses have attempted to identify the cybersecurity risks they face and only 17% have given their staff cybersecurity training in the last 12 months.
Protecting your business starts with knowing what cybercrime is and how it has changed over time. Read on to explore the history of cybercrime, starting with early computer worms and spam emails before growing to include attacks that damage companies on a global scale. Then, learn from experts how it can affect your business, what this means for your employees, and the steps you can take to ensure your information stays safe.
Learn from Destiny Bertucci, Network Monitoring Head Geek at SolarWinds, about what you can do to safeguard your company from cyber threats, what red flags to look out for, and the importance of training your staff.
Looking to learn more about cybercrime in the workplace? Patrick McCallum from Wright Hassall LLP talks about how companies can minimise security risks from outside devices and when monitoring employee activities crosses the line.Read More
Do you have a social media policy in place? Hear from Aisling Byrne, Associate at Cleaver Fulton Rankin, about what companies should do to protect themselves while allowing their employees the freedom to browse.