Outcomes-focused regulation was intended to offer firms greater flexibility, but many now cite compliance obligations as a significant burden. Leading commentators and practitioners talk to Lucy Trevelyan about trends in regulation, and offer their top tips for effective compliance.
Tim Hill speaks about how firms should protect themselves against the rise of cyber crimes.
It has been said that there are two types of firms: those that know they have been attacked by cybercriminals, and those that don’t yet know. Francis Dingwall looks at how to prevent attacks, and how to mitigate them when they do happen.
The government’s 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey has just been published. One of its most striking findings is that the average cost of the worst single breach suffered by respondents has risen sharply. It now stands at £1.46m - £3.14m for large organisations (more than 250 employees) and for medium and small businesses (1-249 employees) at £75k - £311k.