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RSM warns of ‘cybercrime epidemic’ as Black Friday looms
Sheila Pancholi

25 November 2020

RSM has warned of a potential wave of cybercrime over the coming days on a scale not seen before. The leading audit, tax and consulting firm predicts cybercrime could increase by as much as 50 per cent, as lockdown coupled with Christmas shopping creates a perfect storm for cybercrime.

Enkeleda Ibrahimi

Principal Consultant

Enkeleda is a Principal Consultant with over seven years experience in the cybersecurity industry. She advices companies on how to improve the maturity of their cybersecurity program.

Richard Curtis

Senior Manager

Richard has over 20 years experience in cyber security, IT consulting and IT infrastructure. Richard provides threat and risk assessments, vulnerability testing and general advice on how to improve an organisations cyber maturity.

Remote working could lead to weakened cyber controls and more big data breaches
Ian Bell

20 May 2020

Ian Bell, RSM Head of Travel & Tourism comments on remote working leading to weakened cyber controls and more big data breaches.

National Cyber Security Centre warns boards that it's time to get technical
David Morris

12 September 2018

The head of the Government's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) today warned boards that they 'need to get technical' to understand the cyber risks facing their businesses.

Cyber risks continue to disrupt business

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.

Diagnosis fraud: NHS benchmarking report
Timothy Merritt

13 July 2017

Our new report provides NHS organisations with a high-level overview on the fraud risks currently facing the healthcare sector.

The view so far - leisure and hospitality sector 2017
Paul Newman

29 June 2017

It’s fair to say that the leisure and hospitality sector has faced a challenging first half of 2017. The uncertainty of a hung parliament, a fraught Brexit process and fears surrounding terrorist attacks have all impacted consumer confidence.

The big issues for retailers in 2017
Andrew Westbrook

29 June 2017

At the beginning of the year we predicted there could be some challenges on the horizon for retailers. We take a look at the successes and challenges that have affected the industry so far in 2017.

Businesses urged to prepare for new GDPR legislation
Steven Snaith

25 May 2017

With the countdown to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) well underway, audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, is urging companies doing business in the EU to complete their preparation for the impending rule changes, to help mitigate substantial financial and reputational risks arising from issues of non-compliance.

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