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  • 31 August 2017

    Cyber Risks Landscape Highlights

    Following the Cyber Risk Landscape event, hosted by Arthur J. Gallagher highlights of the panel debate Q&A and keynote speech are now available.

    Cyber Risks Landscape Highlights
  • 13 June 2017

    One in four large UK firms concerned about their crisis resilience

    • Gallagher research into large companies’ preparedness against security crises finds 24% concerned or unsure about their resilience
    • Cyber extortion & terrorism top two threats experienced in past two years — with 51% believing their business to be at high risk of cyberattack in next 12 to 18 months
    • Firms warned box-ticking approach to crisis resilience can create a false sense of security and undermine their ability to anticipate, prevent, respond and recover

    crisis resilience word cloud
  • 17 May 2017

    Ransomware attacks - how to protect your business

    You will have seen over the past week a number of organisations in the UK and elsewhere suffering from hacking, ransom demands and blocking access to systems resulting in the closure of production facilities. Whilst news is still filtering in, we have gathered some information on what happened and actions you may wish to take to protect yourselves.

  • 12 May 2017

    The Future Of Cyber Crime

    Cyber crime is one of the biggest threats to businesses, causing over £1 billion of losses in the past year alone. With organisations increasingly becoming more and more tech dependent, it is unsurprising that Action Fraud reported an increase of 22% in cyber crime cases. In this article, Arthur J. Gallagher discusses cyber trends, the future of cyber crime and what businesses can do to protect themselves.

    Cyber Crime
  • 17 March 2017

    Nine in 10 Yorkshire businesses admit to being vulnerable to cyber attack

    Nearly 90% of Yorkshire businesses represented at this week’s Arthur J. Gallagher cyber, crime and extortion seminar admitted they didn’t have proper protection from cyber attacks.

    Wakefield Cyber Seminar March 2017
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