Organisation and approach are two very important things when it comes to cyber security in business. Since the whole world has gone digital, it has become harder and harder to ensure the privacy of private documents and customer data.
Whilst the internet has meant improved efficiency, better collaboration, new opportunities for growth and the ability to share huge quantities of information every day, it has also brought with it an increased threat.
In May 2018 a new law will come into being in the EU, the General Data Protection Regulation.
This will affect how companies must legally protect data they have about staff, customers and any kind of personal details which they store as well as the consequences for failing to protect such data in the prescribed ways.
As new technologies are created, with them comes a whole bunch of ethical questions and dilemmas.
Fantasy and science-fiction can provide fuel for debate, but technologies in popular culture are but imagined predictions. In the real world, we must look at the possible implications of existing innovations which stand before us.
Missteps, outages and security breaches can have massive implications for businesses who are involved.
Cloud deployment failures can lead to more than just financial problems for the firms themselves, they can mean a loss of customer trust, loyalty and even result in customers losing money and important data too.