We hear about the very high profile hacks (like Talk Talk, Sony, Target, Microsoft etc) but how many go unreported?

Cyber security is a very sensitive subject. Revealing a hack or a data leak can bring serious reputation damage, which means that discretion is essential for everyone involved, including our partners and our clients. A recent report for the Department of Business Innovation and Skills revealed that 70% of all cyber attacks go unreported. We only hear about some of the super hacks, and we rarely find out about the smaller ones. But ignorance is not bliss when it comes to cyber security. Just because you don't know about it (yet), doesn't mean it's not happening or doing damage. Facing the issue head on, and looking for the threats that have already got through, might be painful in the short-term but it will equip you to deal with the future in a better way.


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