The first coverage of the topic of Quantum Computing by CyberSolace, with recent examples of reports from industry outlining the progress, threats and opportunities associated.
According to the most recent UK Government survey, one in 15 people in the UK are victims of scams, making fraud the most prevalent type of crime in the country. Scammers exploit modern technology to target their victims through various online channels, affecting nine out of ten Internet users at some point. The estimated annual cost of fraud is £7 billion
Spyware threat continues despite pledges by governments to curb its use. It typically targets journalists, activists, lawyers, political figures and other persons of interest that carry some socio-political dimension to nation state actors.
Over the last 12 months, the education sector in the UK suffered far more than in other countries. Education was the target in 16% of known attacks in the UK.
THE BUSINESS Continuity Institute (BCI) has released this year’s Emergency and Crisis Communications Report. The report seeks to help organisations benchmark their tools, plans and procedures, but also to incentivise debate and showcase Best Practice for the design and implementation of crisis management plans.
DLA Piper’s latest annual General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Fines and Data Breach Survey of the 27 European Union Member states plus the UK, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein.
The National Preparedness Commission and The Chartered Institute for IT report, "Elephant In The Room", highlighting what could be done to reduce the impact of software failures on the UK’s economy and society.