Businesses need to take a hard look at how they are currently managing their data.
by Emma Carr
If 2015 taught us anything, it’s that it is now a question of when, not if, our data will be compromised. Therefore, 2016 must be the year that business gets serious about the importance of cyber security. From the chief executive down to the intern, everyone will need to see cyber security as a top priority and be aware of how their own actions could affect data security.
Recent high profile breaches have shown just how important it is for businesses and policy-makers to work together to develop an appropriate response to the challenges of cyber security. Failure to do so ultimately means that not only will data inevitably be compromised, but that the reputation of entire industries could be too.
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