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The UK has officially implemented world-first cybersecurity legislation aimed at protecting consumers from cyber threats by setting stringent security standards for internet-connected smart devices.
A new UK government survey reveals a concerning landscape for business and charity cyber security.
By focusing on a strong educational foundation, gaining specialised certifications, accumulating practical experience, networking, participating in government and private sector initiatives, and committing to lifelong learning, you can successfully navigate the route into a fulfilling cyber security career.
This article aims to shed light on the importance of cyber security for SMEs and offers practical guidance for navigating the digital age safely and efficiently.
Explore the latest revelations about the thriving tech job market in the UK.
New guidelines for secure AI system development will help developers of any systems that use AI make informed cyber security decisions at every stage of the development process.
New CIE assured providers give organisations support to create structured table-top or live-play cyber incident exercises.
Latest Cyber Aware campaign aims to help shoppers protect themselves online in the run up to the festive period.
Evidence shows that organizations are failing to act on their security concerns: Currently, 23% of the organizations that are using GenAI tools aren’t monitoring this usage at all, and 33% have yet to implement any additional GenAI-related security measures
The government is keen to increase the number of businesses which hold the certifications particularly as 34% of surveyed users stated that they became Cyber Essentials certified to comply with public sector contract requirements.
It has been confirmed that an Oxford-based company suffered a ‘normal’ ransomware attack. As is typical in such attacks, the threat actors contacted the company’s executives, demanding a ransom payment.
Held across two floors of the BCC in Chippenham, the event was divided into three zones – Innovation, Collaboration and Education (ICE) – mirroring three of the four aims of the BCC.