Top UK directors lack training to deal with cyber attacks

The UK’s top firms and charities urgently need to do more to protect themselves from online threats, according to a government-backed audit Zubin Randeria, cyber security leader at PwC, said the reports echo the findings of the PwC CEO Survey, which found that three-quarters of UK CEOs consider cyber risks to

Virgin America praised for cyber breach response

Virgin America has alerted employees and contractors to a potential data breach after its security monitoring systems identified unauthorised access to it corporate network. The airline said in a letter to staff that a cyber intrusion may have resulted in the exposure of the user credentials of some employees and contractors. Virgin America said it

GDPR compliance not relevant, believe most UK decision makers

Only 39% of UK decision makers polled think the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to them, according to the 2017 Risk: Value report commissioned by NTT Security. This is the lowest of all the European countries surveyed, including Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Norway and Switzerland. A further 20% in the UK said

IoT is top priority in digital transformation

While organisations in a global survey have put IoT as their top priority, those in Southeast Asia remain concerned with the cost and complexity of rolling out the internet of things The internet of things (IoT) is gaining momentum around the world, with 92% of large organisations putting the technology as