Tag Archives: Information Security

Preparation for Cyber Attacks and Disaster Recovery Must Go to “Awareness 2.0”

Organisations have already recognised that people are valuable – often the most valuable – assets. They also know that people represent risk, because of the possibility of human error, negligence, and even deliberate damage. Cybercriminals are well aware of this … Continue reading

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Business Continuity Depends on a Culture of Security Too

While protecting your organisation against disasters and blunders is a necessary step, it’s not sufficient for solid business continuity. Security breaches are a threat to all businesses and public agencies. With information fast becoming one of the most valuable assets … Continue reading

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What the World Needs Now is… More Good-Quality Cyber-Security Training

Love, sweet love, is a great idea for the world. Hal David and Burt Bacharach made a great song out of suggesting that we could use more of it. However, there also are a few more things that could be … Continue reading

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