Complex solutions and lack of skills are leaving businesses defenceless to modern cyber-attacks.
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2018 saw a new wave of highly-targeted social engineering attacks using social networks such as LinkedIn to gather information about a person’s co-workers, before sending emails to them impersonating their colleague.
Today, consumers are demanding an ever safer, swifter and more personalised experience, but worryingly, it appears that many companies have yet to wake up to this reality.
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If trust is the currency of the digital economy, then consumers must represent the central bank. And just like in the world of finance, organisations are held to certain standards if they want to be issued with more of that currency.
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