UK news, articles and information

Smaller UK businesses lack digital risk awareness 25 July 2017
New London facility to focus on next of generation of cyber security technology 25 July 2017
More than half of UK companies are making Brexit contingency plans 20 July 2017
Nation state cyber threats are over-hyped and insiders are overlooked: survey 18 July 2017
FERMA European Risk Management Certification goes live online 18 July 2017
New report sets out the potential losses that could occur in an extreme cyber attack scenario 18 July 2017
The cyber security journey – from denial to opportunity 12 July 2017
Survey show lack of knowledge about GDPR compliance risks 11 July 2017
To BIA or not to BIA: a response from Steve Dance 11 July 2017
A different perspective on the BIA / risk assessment question 06 July 2017
Getting the most from your BCMS audits 06 July 2017
Business leaders report an improvement in the risk landscape 05 July 2017
Urgent cyber security improvements needed for industrial control systems 05 July 2017
ENISA publishes lessons from Cyber Europe 2016 05 July 2017
Databarracks appoints Mike Osborne as executive chairman 04 July 2017
FERMA and ECIIA call for new ‘cyber risk governance groups’ led by risk managers 04 July 2017
To BIA or not to BIA? Final survey results 29 June 2017
Global ransomware attack may actually be a precursor to a more virulent future event 28 June 2017
Business Continuity Training signs partnership agreement with PECB 28 June 2017
Over half of security professionals will stop putting sensitive data in the cloud due to GDPR: survey 28 June 2017

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