It’s no secret that Cybercrime is on the rise, so it comes as no surprise that the House of Lords is considering amending the Data Protection Bill to make it easier to punish companies who are careless with personal information.
The cloud market has grown vastly over the past few years; cost, capacity, flexibility and collaboration are just a few of the benefits of moving information over to the cloud.
As cybersecurity hacks, breaches and failings go, high profile cases like Wonga, Debenhams and TalkTalk – and with the scourges of ransomware outbreaks Wannacry and Petya, a data breach at a small UK-based video company might seen as trivial by comparison.
On May 12th this year we saw one of the world’s most serious and high profile cyberattacks in the form of WannaCry. It rampaged through the NHS and affected thousands of organisations across Europe and the world by exploiting a vulnerability in Windows SMB (Server Message Block).