In early 2022 the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) introduced a major overhaul of Cyber Essentials technical controls to reflect changes in technology since the programme’s launch in 2014. In this article Nick Denning, CEO of Policy Monitor outlines the need for change and how the latest Cyber Essentials can help protect your organisation. A …
Lockdown working has exposed the gaps in cybersecurity practices in many law firms. With hackers looking for a payday, it’s never too late to become cyber proactive. Guy Lloyd at Policy Monitor explains why cybersecurity doesn’t need to be complex, costly or confusing.
In this digital age managing cyber security, regulation and compliance is a significant part of operating every business. Just to complicate things further since the introduction of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) any business that handles customer and supplier data needs to have security controls in place to protect that data.
It is widely accepted that enterprise cyber-attacks are inevitable – it’s not a question of if but when. However, in the age of GDPR all organisations need to have a defined approach for when a breach occurs, or risk falling foul of regulation. Guy Lloyd, Director at Policy Monitor looks at the tools available to keep abreast of the threat landscape and explains the importance of having a response strategy