Analysis: How can organisations prepare for cyber incidents they cannot predict?

Stuart Sumner
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Firms, and their partners, must expect the unexpected and plan accordingly, says the head of the Information Security Forum

It is now accepted that organisations need to invest in cyber security to protect themselves from criminals, whether they be remote hackers or malicious insiders. Technology, processes and training...

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