A recent survey by Ultima has once again highlighted the urgent need for UK business to take cyber security more seriously.
The survey finds that 65 per cent of companies don’t have any security solutions deployed onto their mobile devices, and 68 per cent of companies do not have an awareness programme aimed at employees of all levels to ensure they are cyber aware.
In addition to this, the survey finds that 76 per cent of companies still don’t have controls in place to detect and prevent zero-day/unknown malware entering their organisations, and 74 per cent don’t have an incident management process established to respond to cyber incidents and prevent reoccurrences.
Scott Dodds, CEO, Ultima says, ‘It’s shocking that in 2017 so many companies are still failing to protect their businesses appropriately from cyber-attack. We know from research by Check
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