SMEs

50% of European SMEs say data security is a major barrier

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Security raises concerns with half of SMEs saying data security is the major barrier between their organisation and the digital workplace. Another 30 percent believe cost is the key issue.

Why SMEs shouldn't be putting cyber-security on the back burner

Why SMEs shouldn't be putting cyber-security on the back burner

Andy Taylor discusses the ways SMEs can better protect themselves by placing cyber-security as a top business priority

UK firms unaware on impact of GDPR taking effect in T-minus 2 years

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Most (82 percent) of the UK's small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) have not heard of or are unsure about the impact of the GDPR taking effect in under two years.

75% of European SMEs staff confident in their company mobile security

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Nearly three quarters (74 percent) of European employees have no concerns about security issues when using a mobile phone owned by their company. Highlighting a significant level of confidence in workplace mobile security strategies, the figure stands at 75 percent for employees at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Small businesses are losing money to cyber-criminals

Small businesses are losing money to cyber-criminals

SMEs are at greater risk from the consequences of cyber-attack, less able to recover, with more mission-critical data on a single machine, so educating themselves about mitigating the risk is essential says Andrew Conway.

City beat goes global

City beat goes global

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Adrian Leppard, commissioner of the City of London Police, explains to SC's Tony Morbin that crime prevention's mission in cyber-fraud is to help industry protect its information assets - but that international crime and encryption remain major challenges for law enforcement

SMEs under attack from surge in fake invoice fraud

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Small businesses have been warned by Cifas and Action Fraud to be on high alert for fake invoices.

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