Government to British business: Not enough being done to improve cyber security awareness

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Eighty-four per cent of the boards of UK's biggest companies don't fully understand the impact of a cyber-attack on their businesses. Image via Pixabay
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Eighty-four per cent of the boards of UK's biggest companies don't fully understand the impact of a cyber-attack on their businesses. Image via Pixabay

84 per cent of the boards of UK's biggest companies don't fully understand the impact of a cyber-attack on their businesses

Only 16 per cent of the boards of UK's FTSE 350 companies have a sound understanding of the potential impact that a cyber-attack could have on their organisation, the Government's Cyber Governance ...

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