A major international cyber attack could cause an average of $53 billion (£40 billion) of economic damage, according to new research from Lloyd’s of London.
By Mark Nittler, VP Enterprise Strategy, Workday
By Gilles Bonelli, Associate Principal, and David Ketchin, Managing Director, Europe Practice, The Hackett Group
One in four workers have hidden cyber security incidents from their employers in order to avoid punishment, according to a new report exploring the human…
Palo Alto Networks’ Greg Day explains what the European Central Bank’s (ECB) new cyber security requirements mean for your business.
Finance directors are struggling to increase their departments’ efficiency because upgrading technology would disrupt their day-to-day operations, according to a new report.
By Bhupender Singh, CEO of Intelenet Global Services The key to tackling error and fraud in areas such as finance, cash flow, investment, and compliance…
A new ransomware campaign has infected computers belonging to businesses, governments and other organisations in countries across Europe, according to reports.
More than half of UK businesses still do not understand the fines they could face when the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes…
An increasing number of attackers are impersonating high-level employees to trick workers into processing fraudulent payments, according to cyber security experts.