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CREST report highlights problems of stress and burnout among cyber security professionals

A new report published by CREST looks for solutions to the increasing problems of stress and burnout among many cyber security professionals, many of whom are often working remotely in high-pressure and under-resourced environments. CREST – the not-for-profit body that represents...
Posted On 23 Jan 2020
Sune Gabelgård
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Fighting Fraud in the 2020s

Payment fraud prevention is an increasingly complicated and constantly evolving business. Issuers and merchants everywhere are being challenged by a growing variety of payment methods, which are fuelling the rise of ever-more sophisticated card fraud techniques, observes Sune...
Posted On 07 Jan 2020
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International standard for effective business continuity updated by ISO

Natural disasters, fires, supply chain issues and cyber attacks are just some of the many unexpected yet possible threats posed to the smooth running of any business. Consistent and robust business continuity planning for what to do when disaster strikes is the best defence. The...
Posted On 31 Oct 2019
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BSI points towards collaboration on Artificial Intelligence guidance “to give industry clarity”

BSI research has revealed that guidance on Artificial Intelligence (AI) produced to date by international bodies, national Governments and technology providers alike is “disconnected”. As a result, the business standards company is calling for the consolidation of...
Posted On 03 Oct 2019
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“59,000-plus personal data breaches reported across Europe post-GDPR” reveals DLA Piper study

Over 59,000 data breach notifications have been reported across the European Economic Area (EEA) by public and private organisations since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. That’s according to law firm DLA...
Posted On 06 Feb 2019
Dr Sandra Bell
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Resilient Organisations Make Hay When The Sun Shines

Supply chain risk is often thought of only in terms of how the failure of such chains could disrupt a given organisation’s day-to-day operations. In the modern and interconnected world, localised operational disruptions, often caused by relatively mundane incidents such as...
Posted On 12 Dec 2018
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“No improvement in corruption within businesses” reports EY’s Global Fraud Survey

The scale of bribery and corruption has shown no improvement globally since 2012, despite the unprecedented level of enforcement activity enacted and the introduction of new corporate criminal liability laws in that time. This is according to the 15th EY Global Fraud Survey,...
Posted On 27 Apr 2018