Businesses have a 'false sense of security' when it comes to cyber crime

“Misplaced overconfidence is worrying and potentially very costly for British businesses,” report says.

By Danny Palmer

Most organisations have a misplaced confidence¬†that they won’t become the victim of a cyber attack, despite the increasing prevalence of hacking incidents and data breaches.

That’s according to the Breach Confident Index by Identity and Access Management firm Ilex International. It suggests there’s a misplaced confidence among British businesses¬†about how prepared they are to fend off a cyber attack, with many victims of cyber attacks unaware they’ve been breached at all.

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Source: http://www.computing.co.uk/

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