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Experts predict that by 2020 there will be 200 billion connected things. Everything from cars, planes, cities and homes are being connected.

Software is everywhere. Consequently, this is changing the way we live, behave and interact with the world. As technology becomes more and more integrated into our lives, we become more dependent on it. But this dependence makes us vulnerable when technology fails…

The costs attached to cybercrime

The costs attached to cybercrime are staggering. In order to fully protect your organisation a substantial investment is needed. PWC’s ‘Economic Crime Survey 2016’ singled out the UK as a hotbed for economic crime, and that the threat of cyber offences was now a “board-level issue”. In the last year alone cyber crime in the UK reached an astounding 5.8m cyber attacks, costing the British public an estimated £286 million through breaches that could have been prevented.

Download our eBook, Cyber Security 101, to find out more about Cyber Security and the biggest attacks that have taken place in the last few years, the types of Malware and Vectors you could be affected by and why you should invest in Cyber Security.


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