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Infectious Email Is The Top Cyber Threat To Healthcare Providers: Study

  • by Ray Schultz
    , Columnist,

    32 minutes ago

Healthcare providers, the holders of some of the most sensitive possible data on consumers, rank email as their worst cyber security threat, according to a study from Mimecast Ltd., conducted by
HIMSS Analytics. 

Of 76 IT professionals surveyed,

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Co-operation Between Cyber Security Providers Is a Big Issue – Does This ICO Has the Answer?

As technology advances, so do the risks. The Internet of Things is rapidly gaining recognition as something that could enormously improve the way we live, but it also opens up new opportunities for hackers and cyber criminals.

What’s more, cyber crime in general is on the rise. Global ransomware damage costs are predicted to surpass $5 billion in 2017, an increase of 15 times from just two years ago. Meanwhile, cyber crime damage costs in general are expected to hit a terrifying $6 trillion by 2020.

It’s enough to make any rational person hurl their computer out of the window and take shelter in the fetal position under their desk.

The good news is that most people and businesses are protected from the majority of cyber threats by an impressive range of products and services, developed by cutting-edge security providers focused on guarding against all kinds of dangers.

Cyber security

Read more at: https://www.coinspeaker.com/2017/11/16/co-operation-cyber-security-providers-big-issue-ico-answer/

Co-operation Between Cyber Security Providers Is a Big Issue …

As technology advances, so do the risks. The Internet of Things is rapidly gaining recognition as something that could enormously improve the way we live, but it also opens up new opportunities for hackers and cyber criminals.

What’s more, cyber crime in general is on the rise. Global ransomware damage costs are predicted to surpass $5 billion in 2017, an increase of 15 times from just two years ago. Meanwhile, cyber crime damage costs in general are expected to hit a terrifying $6 trillion by 2020.

It’s enough to make any rational person hurl their computer out of the window and take shelter in the fetal position under their desk.

The good news is that most people and businesses are protected from the majority of cyber threats by an impressive range of products and services, developed by cutting-edge security providers focused on guarding against all kinds of dangers.

Cyber security

Read more at: https://www.coinspeaker.com/2017/11/16/co-operation-cyber-security-providers-big-issue-ico-answer/

UK mulls hefty fines for CNI providers with poor cyber security

Providers of essential services who fail to implement effective cyber security measures could be fined as much as £17m or 4% of global turnover under measures being considered by government.

Service providers should help prevent cyber crime

Service providers should help prevent cyber crimeService providers should help prevent cyber crime

Tedddy Njoroge

Over the years, data capacities and speeds were the determinants that Kenyans used to decide the best suited Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to work with. With the rise in internet penetration in Kenya, standing at 45 per cent, data security is becoming the next big story.

ISPs can increase revenue and customer loyalty by guaranteeing security in the online space for their clients. Cyber-security processes and operations, especially for business applications has become quite complex, requiring trained cyber security specialists, constant vigilance and huge investments in technology. Small Medium Enterprises cannot afford the investment.

Therefore, they look to outsourcing these services, hence the increased demand for managed security services as offered by ISPs. ISPs possess the reach and skilled personnel to meet these needs for businesses and which may pave way

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