Security Summit 2017: You must understand the threats you're facing before spending money to counter them

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Extortion, fraud, theft and unauthorised use of assets are how criminals profit from cyber crime
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Extortion, fraud, theft and unauthorised use of assets are how criminals profit from cyber crime

Nick Ioannou of Ratcliffe Groves Partnership says that small businesses' agility can be a game changer in the war on cyber crime

Cyber security is just as important for SMEs as it is for multinational firms, but many small businesses think that they lack the budget for defences - making them low-hanging fruit for attackers. ...

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