The Government's Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018 found that the average cost of cyber security breaches to large organisations is £22,300 while for SMEs it's £2,310. Add to this the potential for reputational damage, loss of customers, and it's safe to say that it pays to be cyber-aware.
Our free giveaway this month is the 'Complete Guide to Secure Behavior Online and in the Office' which is packed with cyber security tips that you can share with your employees. It comes courtesy of our friend Francis West, CEO, Westtek IT, Technology Partners to the Recruitment Industry.
(ISC)² have released the findings of their latest workforce study which shows a widening of the global cyber security skills gap to nearly three million. One way to mitigate this issue may be to look beyond the conventional candidate markets and towards the military.
Each month, the Insight Report will highlight an app that we find useful in our business. This month, it's Slack.
Slack is a collaboration hub that brings the right people together with all the right information and tools to get work done. Millions of people around the world use Slack to connect their teams, unify their systems, and drive their business forward. Learn more here.
Sixty percent of recruiters think regulators won’t strongly enforce the terms of the General Data Protection Regulation while almost three-quarters report that GDPR has had no impact on their use of technology and software.