Link: Hacking special report
More than two thirds of those surveyed cited a fear to corporate image as a reason for not reporting cyber crime.
Defcom said typical unreported security breaches include the fairly trivial such as defacement of corporate websites to the more serious hacking attempts on firms’ databases, according to the BBC.
Nearly half of company directors are not made aware of security breaches and 80% of firms rely on employees to keep themselves up-to-date with computer security procedures and policies.
With 65% of UK accountancy practices already using or planning to use cloud accounting software, Paul Haydock of DueCourse examines four reasons why SME owners should consider a cloud-based service
BDO has implemented data submission and extraction technology to improve efficiency and automate manual processes
Driving opportunity for all and empowering businesses for success are the key themes for the Sage Summit UK this year, which takes place on 5-6 April
Advanced has extended its West Midlands HQ following the creation of 200 jobs and planned hiring of a further 200 employees over the next nine months