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New data highlights the true cost of a cyberbreach to UK businesses

The cybersecurity and GDPR compliance platform, Naq Cyber, has published new data highlighting the true cost of a cyberbreach to UK businesses and the devasting impact it can cause. The average total is more than £43,000 and this includes legal fees, GDPR fines, downtime and time spent...


Employing trouble? HR teams emerge as key targets for cyberattack

Some professions are more susceptible to cyberattacks than others. Regardless of the type of business and the security protocols in place, cyberattackers will seek out a company’s weak spots. HR professionals have been thrown into the deep end due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Staff furloughs,...


TWM Solicitors combines data mobility, migration and protection seamlessly with Zerto

UK-based, TWM Solicitors, provides a wide range of legal services to individuals, businesses and other organisations. The business’s need for fast, easy and reliable disaster recovery (DR) led them to partner with Zerto to protect its data and servers. Alan Barrett, Head of IT at TWM...


Why EDR should be a key component of your overall cybersecurity strategy

Today’s sophisticated cyberthreats require new, advanced approaches to prevention and defence. Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is one such tool which is helping to keep organisations secure. Here, Bogdan Carlescu, Acting Cybersecurity Professional and Product Marketing Director at...


Meet the new tech on the block, saving businesses time and money

Kubernetes has certainly been one of the enterprise IT space’s shining stars during COVID-19. But with this rapid rate of digitalisation, businesses – including small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) – are now more susceptible to cybercrimes. Anthony Spiteri, Senior Global...


How to get the most out of a meagre cybersecurity budget

Cybersecurity should be one of the top priorities for small and medium-sized businesses. But it is not always easy to make sure you have all the right security checks in place when you have a small budget to spend on this area of your business. Two experts offer their advice on how to make sure...


Infinipoint launches first Device-Identity-as-a-Service solution

Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity start-up, Infinipoint, has announced the first Device-Identity-as-a-Service (DIaaS), its comprehensive device identity and security posture solution that is a critical part of a Zero Trust approach to secure device access. Infinipoint also announced US$11 million in...


Phishing and web-based attacks are the most common among Europe’s SMEs

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have become a desired target for many hackers during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the data presented by the Atlas VPN team, phishing and web-based attacks were the most common among Europe’s small and medium enterprises last year. Phishing...


NanoLock Security secures US$11 million Series B round from financial and strategic investors

Accelerating its push to aggressively grow global deployments and its market presence worldwide, NanoLock Security, a leader in OT and IoT device-level protection and management, has expanded its executive team to add deep utilities and security expertise with several new appointments including...


Backup best practices for SMEs

SMEs face increasing challenges around data protection – particularly as they are seen as ‘low hanging fruit’ for many cybercriminals. But there are opportunities to achieve enterprise-class data protection without breaking the bank if SMEs get back-to-basics. We hear from...


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