Financial institutions hold vast quantities of high value information, including client data, banking records, proprietary research and trading algorithms, which is at constant risk of being compromised.
Organisations in the healthcare sector process huge amounts of sensitive patient and employee information and it is essential they have the right cyber security controls in place to protect systems and data from being compromised.
Rapid digitization has created a mounting range of security challenges for telecom operators that manage infrastructure, products and services over several technologies. Protecting customers’ personal data must be a priority.
The dependency of today’s digitised and interconnected global economies on the energy sector has made it an attractive target for cybercriminals, so protecting providers of essential services is of paramount importance.
To avoid threats to public services and state security, local and central government must ensure that comprehensive cyber security controls and procedures are in place to provide protection against malicious actors.
The manufacturing sector is now the UK’s third most heavily targeted industry by cybercriminals, but organisations within the sector are among the least well prepared to defend themselves. It is essential manufacturers move quickly to mitigate these risks.