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Gartner forecasts worldwide security spending to reach $96 billion mark in 2018

Market analyst Gartner is forecasting worldwide enterprise security spending to total $96.3 billion in 2018, representing an 8% uptick from 2017. Organisations are now spending more on security regimes as a direct result of regulations, a shifting buyer mindset, the growing...
Posted On 02 Jan 2018
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IFSEC transforms into “integrated security event” and adopts “new industry role” addressing critical global security challenges

Security has never been a more critical subject of discussion. 2017 has been a year wherein organisations and Governments have become increasingly aware of the fact that the substance of the threat which they’re working to prevent has changed irrevocably. Europe fell victim...
Posted On 15 Nov 2017
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Businesses witness “significant rise in fraud and risk during 2016” reports Kroll

According to those executives surveyed for the 2016-2017 Kroll Annual Global Fraud and Risk Report, it would appear that fraud, cyber and security incidents are now the ‘new normal’ for companies across the world. The proportion of executives reporting that their...
Posted On 17 Jan 2017
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Security IT Summit sheds light on current criminality trends in digital landscape

The incessant growth of the Internet in recent years has completely transformed the world in which we live. Rapidly evolving into an interconnected global network of systems and information, the Internet has had an overwhelming impact on business conduct worldwide. With more and...
Posted On 11 Aug 2016
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Global study shows “increasing security risks” to payment data and “lack of confidence” in securing mobile payment methods

With the acceptance of mobile and other new forms of payment methods expected to double in the next two years, a new global study highlights a “critical need” for organisations to improve their payment data security practices on an urgent footing. The survey* o...
Posted On 26 Jan 2016
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QA survey reveals how UK businesses plan to tackle 2016 cyber security threats

A comprehensive survey conducted by training company QA reveals that eight out of ten (81%) UK IT decision-makers experienced some sort of data or cyber security breach in their organisation during 2015. 66% said that the breach had led to a loss of data, 45% that it had resulted...
Posted On 03 Jan 2016
Response in Depth Plans are now essential for UK retailers
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“Response in Depth Plans now a ‘must’ for UK retailers” urges Nettitude

Retailers are facing a significant threat from cyber criminals following the spate of major Point-of-Sale data breaches that we’ve seen over the past year, affecting businesses as large as Target and Home Depot in the US and mass transportation ticketing systems across Europe,...
Posted On 09 Feb 2015
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