City of London Police Commissioner Ian Dyson presents Aon and Mitie representatives with the 'Secured Environments' accreditation
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Mitie Security assists Aon in achieving ‘Secured Environments’ accreditation

Mitie Security has assisted global professional services firm Aon plc, which specialises in a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, to attain the prestigious ‘Secured Environments’ accreditation for the company’s global headquarters at the Leadenhall Building in...
Posted On 28 Jan 2020
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Cyber Security Strategy: The Quest for Visibility and Threat Hunting

There’s currently so much emphasis in the cyber security market space on after-the-fact visibility into what bad things just happened. So much energy, time, money, strategy and dialogue about it, writes Scott Scheferman. The trouble is, it comes at a cost. For every moment...
Posted On 21 Jan 2020
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Deloitte: “Few businesses use enterprise-wide cognitive sensing to detect risks”

Of more than 1,590 C-Suite and other executives recently surveyed by Deloitte, 39.4% report the greatest benefit of using cognitive risk sensing is the early detection of emerging risks and potential threats. However, just 5.3% of respondents say their organisations use...
Posted On 04 Dec 2019
Gary Trotter
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Total Retail Loss 2.0: From Awareness to Implementation

Back in June, we looked at Professor Adrian Beck’s 2016 report of Total Retail Loss and what it means in terms of understanding current and future retail risks and how to respond to them effectively. Now, Beck has launched an update to his original concept: Total Retail Loss 2.0....
Posted On 22 Nov 2019
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Caught in the Crossfire of Cyber Warfare

The National Cyber Security Centre’s (NCSC) Annual Review for 2019 doesn’t shy away from naming the four key protagonists when it comes to state-based cyber threats against our country. The comprehensive document sites China, Russia, North Korea and Iran as being actively...
Posted On 15 Nov 2019
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The Human Cost of Disruption on Health and Well-Being in the Workplace

It’s great to see many high-profile figures speaking out about the mental health issues they’ve faced in 2019, writes John Young. What’s highly encouraging to hear, too, is that many companies are actively educating their employees on the signs of stress and mental illness at...
Posted On 13 Nov 2019
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“Lack of automation” revealed as underlying security challenge in digital transformation initiatives

FireMon has released its 2019 State of the Firewall report, which is seen as the annual benchmark of current issues in firewall management. The latest report finds that enterprises are slow to abandon manual processes, despite being short staffed, as the lack of automation,...
Posted On 13 Nov 2019
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C-Suite involvement in business continuity planning “growing”, but progress “still too slow”

New research conducted by Databarracks has found that senior leadership (ie CEOs, CFOs, managing directors and/or finance directors) are in charge of business continuity plans at 25% of UK organisations, which is up from 21% in 2015. IT is in charge of business continuity plans...
Posted On 30 Sep 2019
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“Not enough time” for business leaders to focus on cyber risk management

Amid a wider range of issues to handle, a majority of Board members and senior executives responsible for their organisation’s cyber risk management had less than a day in the last year to spend focused on cyber risk issues. The findings form part of a new report published by...
Posted On 23 Sep 2019
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67% of UK-based firms feel cyber security worries prevent new tech adoption

Over two-thirds (67%) of British companies feel that cyber security concerns prevent them from adopting new technology to grow their business faster. That’s according to a new report from EY based on a survey of 175 C-Suite executives at UK-based organisations. Cloud...
Posted On 26 Aug 2019