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    Cyber Security

    The evolution of the Cyber Criminal and the need for Cyber Essentials

    By: Ben Lancaster on: 01/03/2017
    Cyber Security has become a hot topic around the world. It would seem every other week a different FTSE 100 company was making the headlines because of a reported cyber breach and it would only take a quick google search to realise that this isn’t restricted to large multinational corporations, but all organisations of all sizes and sectors.
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    Cyber Essentials

    Defence Online interviews Andy Taylor about the ins and outs of Cyber Essentials Accreditation

    By: Estelle Hicks-Bennett on: 14/02/2017
    Vicky Maggiani from interviews APMG's Lead Assessor and Cyber Expert Andy Taylor about Cyber Essentials accreditation  - read the full article HERE
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    Cyber Security

    SC Magazine talks to Andy Taylor: I've been hacked, what do I do now? And which organisations can help?

    By: Estelle Hicks-Bennett on: 14/02/2017
    There is plenty of information to be found on what can be done to prevent a cyber attack - however, there is precious little advice as to what can be done if you find out you have been hacked. Cyber Security Expert and Lead Assessor at APMG, Andy Taylor talks to SC Magazine about what you can do if you discover a breach.
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    Cyber Security

    Cyber Security - Vital information every business needs to know

    By: Estelle Hicks-Bennett on: 03/02/2017
    This will be seven minutes well spent getting up to date on current cyber security threats. Andy Taylor provides valuable expert advice on everything from hacks to ransomware and GDPR to DoS. WATCH THE VIDEO NOW
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    Cyber Security

    £150,000 fine for insurance company that failed to keep customers’ information safe

    By: ICO Information Commissioner's Office News - on: 12/01/2017
    The ICO has fined Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance PLC (RSA) £150,000 following the loss of the personal information of nearly 60,000 customers. An ICO investigation looked at the theft of a hard drive device containing 59,592 customers’ names, addresses and bank account details including account numbers and sort codes. The device also held limited credit card details of 20,000 customers, although CVC numbers and expiry dates were not affected.