Whitepaper · 24 Jul 2016

Taking the offensive – Working together to beat cyber crime

You’ve protected passwords and put up firewalls. But you’ll have to join forces with your peers, industry bodies and the government before you can fight cyber criminals.

Four out of five businesses feel defenceless against organised cyber crime

Businesses of all sizes are struggling to keep data and systems secure. 89 per cent are worried about organised cyber crime. And a similar proportion feel under threat from terrorists or state-sponsored hackers.

You’re fighting a resourceful and determined enemy

It’s not enough to protect your passwords and build firewalls around your corporate network. Companies need to fight back. And this means working together to make it riskier for criminals to operate.

Find out why you should join forces with internet providers, banks, insurers and the security industry.

 

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