Here’s the three key things to understand about data security and GDPR, so you can assess what changes you need to make to set up your GDPR cyber security processes:
Staff are taking shortcuts and see IT departments as a source of inconvenience in their organisation
Six months post GDPR, what are companies doing to survive and has anything really changed?
Training your staff to spot social engineering attacks will allow them to confidently deal with phishing and minimise the cyber security risk to your business.
In the age of advanced technical cyber security, hackers are turning to your human resource as the best way to gain access to your network. Make sure your team members are cyber security competent by training them to recognise the various cyber-attacks they may be faced with.
CNS Head of Cyber Security describes his experience of taking graduates from the University of South Wales