Posts Tagged ‘Clearswift’

67% of healthcare organisations have suffered cyber security incidents

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New research by data security provider Clearswift, a HelpSystems Company, revealed that 67% of healthcare organisations have experienced a cyber security incident in the past year, highlighting the serious threat that data breaches and malicious attacks pose to the UK’s health-related data. The research, which surveyed senior business decision makers within healthcare organisations across the UK,…

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Clearswift shows the majority of security incidents are not caused by hackers

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Clearswift shows the majority of security incidents are not caused by hackers Clearswift has revealed that extended enterprise is largely responsible for data insecurity – not hackers. Year-on-year the research shows that cyber security incidents – including insider threats – continues to rise, but that companies are able to spot suspicious activity significantly quicker than…

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Over half of employees don’t understand weight of critical company information loss

Over half of employees don't understand weight of critical company information loss

Over half of employees don’t understand weight of critical company information loss Around half have access to company IP or other information they deem above their pay grade Research reveals value of company information is poorly understood across the board Only 39 percent of UK employees recognise that intellectual property (IP) could damage their company…

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Get your game plan: Clearswift at Cyber Security Europe

Get your game plan: Clearswift at Cyber Security Europe

Get your game plan: Clearswift at Cyber Security Europe Cyber Security Europe is one of the largest cyber security events held in the UK. It forms part of the IP Expo – 6 events under one roof, a fantastic line up of speakers (Google, Wiki, Microsoft to name a few) and over 15,000 registrants expected…

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Third of employees would sell their company’s private data

Third of employees would sell their company’s private data Quarter of employees would sell company patents and credit card details for price of a trip to the Bahamas 25 percent would sell critical business information for £5,000, with some open to bribing for as little as £100. 35 percent of employees would sell information on…

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