Malta and Greece have been named as the top two countries in Europe most vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Cyber attacks are one of the biggest threats facing governments and companies across the world and new UK legislation wants organisations to pay for bad security.
A new vulnerability has been found in widely used software, leading to fears of another cyber attack on the scale of the recent WannaCry breach.
Global politics is the biggest concern for insurance companies around the world right now.
We’re only a few months into 2017 and cyber attacks seem to be hitting the headlines even more regularly than last year.
Companies that have faced cyber attacks are often criticised for not having stringent enough guards – but their wallets can be affected too.
Since 2014, Chinese hackers have carried out sustained attacks on companies all over the world via their supply chain.
Cyber attacks can lead to leakage of confidential information such as financial records and customer data, as well as loss of money, intellectual property and trade secrets.
The infiltration of the US Democratic Party’s email servers, the major power outage in Ukraine, and Sony’s massive data breach are just some of the damaging cyber attacks carried out by sophisticated hackers over the last few years.