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Preparing for inevitable cybercrime

Business leaders feel a lack of confidence in their ability to protect their businesses and a sense of inevitability and resignation to an attack, with many believing hackers will always outwit preventative software.
12 September 2019

Who is responsible for cybersecurity?

There is a gap in senior management’s engagement and prioritisation of cybersecurity that needs to be addressed, with lack of discussion around the risks at board level and ambiguity over who is responsible for cybersecurity in the organisation.
12 September 2019

The consequences of GDPR on cybersecurity

The GDPR is identified as the key driver to businesses taking the first steps in cybersecurity and the legislation is justifiably seen as a champion in this space, but there have been some unintended consequences.
12 September 2019

The vulnerability of employees to cybercrime

Correctly, most businesses see human error as the core area of vulnerability with targeted attacks on staff via phishing, whaling and ransomware attacks being the most sensitive touchpoint, so what can be done to educate employees?
12 September 2019

The importance of reporting cybercrime

Having a culture which encourages staff to report data breaches is key to ensuring that the real scale of the threat can be determined, and so that root cause analysis can be undertaken to help prevent future attacks.
12 September 2019

RSM’s cybersecurity top tips

An industry shift around cyber risks, threats and breaches is needed and transparency is at its heart. Here are RSM’s top tips to help make cybersecurity a priority.
12 September 2019

Cybersecurity: Actions to take to mitigate risk

Here are some simple things that businesses can do to mitigate the risk of a cyber attack: Breach readiness preparation It is important to get your incident response capabilities prepared for the ‘when’, not ‘if’. Governance Ensure that the cybersecurity strategy and organisation is in place
20 March 2019

Cybersecurity: The value of data

Personal data is valuable on the ‘black market’ but is also sold legitimately. Obtaining data such as contact details and personal details helps companies market their products to the right people.
20 March 2019

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How can we help?

As hackers become more advanced and expand their reach and methods, the middle market must increase its focus on cyber security. Just one incident can have significant financial reputational and regulatory consequences.

Contact RSM to see how you can reduce the likelihood of a breach, improve detection, respond to incidents, and begin recovery as soon as possible.

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