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2017

  • 11 January 2018

    Today’s cyber threats

    For an increasing majority of UK businesses – small, large and all points in between – digital working processes dominate. Email, networked computers, smartphones and a range of handy apps drive the way we communicate. A variety of web-based order, procurement, financial, banking, HR and other business management platforms now control how we trade.

    Cyber Threats
  • 11 December 2017

    Ransomware attacks: how to protect your business

    Did you know…

    …since the beginning of 2016, 4,000 ransomware attacks have occurred every day in the UK.1

    Ransomware
  • 4 December 2017

    Data breaches: the growing risk

    Did you know…

    …that SMEs fell victim to 7 million cybercrimes over 2014 and 2015?1

    Data Breach
  • 3 December 2017

    The Criminal Finances Act 2017

    The prevention of tax evasion has been brought into sharp focus in the United Kingdom by the recent introduction of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 (‘the Act’), which introduces new corporate criminal offences of failing to prevent facilitation of UK and foreign tax evasion. The consequences for a corporate entity of falling foul of the Act are significant, including unlimited fines, likely disclosure to professional regulators and reputational damage. Financial institutions are particularly vulnerable to prosecution.

    The Criminal Finances Act 2017
  • 27 November 2017

    The Rise of Cybercrime

    With the annual losses from fraud for UK businesses estimated to be £98 billion1, it’s no wonder that more and more businesses are considering cyber insurance.  This isn’t just an issue for large businesses either, with 74% of SMEs experiencing a cyber-attack in 2015.2

    Cybercrime
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