Most UK businesses expect cyber attacks to increase

Sooraj Shah
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A third of UK businesses believe an attack could cost more than £50m

The vast majority (85 per cent) of businesses believe the number of cyber attacks will increase in the next few years, according to a survey conducted by information intelligence solution provider ...

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