Two-thirds of business leaders have no cyber training

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More than a quarter of Boards have no defined role in dealing with an attack
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More than a quarter of Boards have no defined role in dealing with an attack

Only two per cent have 'comprehensive' training in dealing with cyber incidents

A survey of the FTSE 350 - the UK's 350 largest firms - has found that almost 70 per cent of Boards have no training to deal with cyber attacks, and one in 10 have no plans in place to respond to a cyber...

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