22 June 2021
Amidst ever-evolving cyber threats, it has never been more important for businesses to incorporate cyber security as part of their overall business strategy. As a result, a new C-suite level position, the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has been developed.
16 April 2021
A recent cyber attack has highlighted vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange servers. We take a look at what happened and why organisations need to be mindful of Microsoft Exchange security.
11 September 2020
Cybercrime is nothing new, but increased levels of connectivity, remote working, reliance on technology, and automation means the risk of attack is rising rapidly. In this article, we look at the common types of cybercrime and how you can protect your business against them.
17 March 2020
If you plan to provide services or products to Microsoft, you will need to complete a Supplier Security and Privacy Assurance (SSPA) Data Protection Requirements (DPR) assessment. Find out how we can help.
12 March 2020
Cybercriminals appear to be taking the opportunity to manipulate and scam people during this time of coronavirus uncertainty. Businesses must remain vigilant and take the appropriate steps to defend their businesses and staff.
12 March 2020
As more people work from home due to coronavirus and need to rely on technology to assist in communications organisations need to ensure their IT infrastructure can cope. We have included some key considerations for organisations to cover.
03 September 2018
We have now had a year to absorb the effects of the new ‘protected trust’ rules for offshore trusts, and to reflect on their implications for trustees and beneficiaries alike. The new rules change the UK tax treatment of trusts created prior to a settlor becoming deemed UK domiciled, but in which the settlor has retained an interest. Overall, the effect of the new rules is overwhelmingly positive, but great care needs to be taken with implementation.
26 April 2018
The average cost of cyber breaches affecting medium sized businesses has quadrupled in the last two years according to the latest government survey. The Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018 carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, found that the estimated total cost of cyber breaches has consistently increased from £1,860 in 2016 to £3,070 in 2017 and £8,180 in 2018 – even when including breaches that do not result in lost assets or data. This represents an increase of over 400 per cent in just two years.