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  • Business still failing to take cyber risk seriously

    Nearly 10% of UK companies don’t know how many cyber security attacks they have had this year and 14% don’t know how they happened, according to the latest Global State of Information Security Survey, released by PwC in conjunction with CIO magazine and CSO. PwC interviewed 10,040 executives from more than 127 countries including 637 in the UK, across all industries. The report warns that Big Data and the Internet of Things ...

    Posted at October 8, 2015 | By : | Categories : News | Comments Off on Business still failing to take cyber risk seriously
  • Dangerous dogs’ law changes cover attacks on private property

    Powers for the police to tackle irresponsible dog owners are among legislative changes published recently in the draft Dangerous Dogs (Amendment) Bill. The Government announced in February that it will extend legislation in England and Wales to make it an offence for a dog to be dangerously out of control in any place, including all private property. The proposed new measures mean dog owners could be prosecuted if they fail to stop their dogs attacking someone on ...

    Posted at April 14, 2013 | By : | Categories : News | Comments Off on Dangerous dogs’ law changes cover attacks on private property