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RSM launches vCISO offering in response to escalating cyber-attacks across the middle market
Sheila Pancholi

21 July 2021

RSM has launched a new virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) service to help middle market businesses protect themselves and their customers from the rapid rise in data breaches and cybercrime.

The role of the CISO in tackling cyber threats
Sheila Pancholi

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.

vCISO services
Sheila Pancholi

22 June 2021

The demand for a Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) has never been greater. Explore how our services can benefit your business.

RSM highlights skills gap as FCA figures show increased cyber risk to financial services
Sheila Pancholi

18 May 2021

Figures obtained by RSM under a Freedom of Information request demonstrate a 28 per cent rise in cyber-attacks reported to the FCA by financial services companies last year.

Over half of businesses are without cyber-security insurance as threat levels increase
Sheila Pancholi

21 April 2021

New research has revealed the extent to which middle-market businesses are exposed to cyber-attacks in the UK with 56 per cent of businesses operating without any form of cyber-security insurance. This is despite one in five companies reporting an attack in the last 12 months and the likelihood of a continued surge in cyber-attacks in the coming months, and beyond.

The threats posed by Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities
Richard Curtis

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.

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.

Special administration regime for the insolvency of higher education institutions
Lisa Randall

08 October 2020

There is a call to action to the government to give further consideration to a special administration regime for the insolvency of higher education institutions along the same lines as already exists for further education and social housing.

Why cybercrime is increasing – and how to stay secure
Steven Snaith

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.

7 reasons why the CUC HE Audit Committees Code of Practice is good for the sector
Lisa Randall

03 August 2020

The Committee of University Chairs (CUC) published its Higher Education (HE) Audit Committees Code of Practice (the Code) in May 2020. The updates to the Code are certainly welcomed in particular during these unprecedented times with significant change, uncertainty within the sector and changing risk profiles.