UK news, articles and information

Survey looks into the shadow IT challenge 18 January 2016
Measurement: the next big resilience challenge? 13 January 2016
ENISA reports on cyber threats to Intelligent Public Transport systems 13 January 2016
Lessons from penetration testing: four simple IT security mistakes that leave a business vulnerable 12 January 2016
Advice on flood resilience measures for businesses 07 January 2016
Many organizations are struggling with the rise of hybrid IT 06 January 2016
A new approach to business continuity… 05 January 2016
Business continuity trends and challenges 2016 04 January 2016
Managing remote access risks 30 December 2015
Santa’s resilience planning: part four 23 December 2015
New European General Data Protection Regulation gets the green light 22 December 2015
Guidance for UK businesses and employees on how to respond to terrorist firearms and weapons attacks released 22 December 2015
Six tips for successful IT continuity 18 December 2015
Many IT teams expect a less than happy Christmas 17 December 2015
New BCI Working Paper looks at terrorism and its influence on risk perception 17 December 2015
Corporate ransomware attacks double in 2015 14 December 2015
Santa’s resilience planning: part two 11 December 2015
Global survey reveals the reputational impact of data breaches 11 December 2015
Agreement made on EU-wide rules to improve cybersecurity 09 December 2015
Entries open for CIR Business Continuity Awards 2016 09 December 2015

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