Securing business data

Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership from CNS Group in the form of Think Pieces and White Papers.

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    White Paper: Three Reasons to Consider Managed Security Services

    CNS Group's latest paper examines the ever evolving threat landscape and how implementing a Managed Security Service can provide organisations with more confidence when it comes to cyber security, compliance and the return on investment.
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    The ultimate recipe for GDPR compliance...

    GDPR is fast approaching, with the 25th of May looming the conversation around the legislation is really ramping up! It seems you can't open your email inbox, surf the internet, or even have a relaxed conversation without the mention of GDPR. And with all this information flying around, it feels like every angle of GDPR has been covered
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    Carphone Warehouse fined for 'distinct and significant inadequacies' in their cyber security provisions

    Carphone Warehouse are the latest company to be fined for a significant data breach. The £400,000 fine was issued as a result of millions of customer's data being accessed by hackers. However, the most significant thing about this case,was revelation of the many failures that led up to the breach.
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    Deloitte & Equifax - Why it's important to invest in your Cyber Security Maturity, a word to the CISOs

    Often, CISOs struggle to understand and share precisely what is happening across their estate at all times. To support business change or user demands, organisations have evolved highly sophisticated, interconnected structures, some of which are internally owned and some run by third parties.
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    How Equifax suffered one of the biggest cyber breaches in history

    The Equifax breach has not simply been the talk of the cyber security community, it’s been discussed globally across multiple forums, hitting multiple headlines and ultimately affecting millions of people. The breach is purported to be one of the biggest and worst in history with more than 143 million US customers and over 400,000 UK customer’s data hacked. With the sheer magnitude of this attack, it stands to reason that the attention it has gained has been seismic. The question is, what went wrong and how could a company of such epic proportions, suffer such an epic failure?

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