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In today's technology led world, where business transformation is led by huge investments in technology, boards of any sized businesses cannot afford to ignore cyber security risks, especially since digital transformation has meant a great reliance of technologies that may possibly be vulnerable to cyber security risks, if they are not managed properly.
Many small businesses fail every year, not because they didn't have a good idea or that it was executed well, or it lacked funding, or indeed that customers didn't like it. The failure for many small business is that they didn't manage risk in the right way, at an earlier enough point to do something about the risk, here we look at the basics of how to get started in using a Risk Register.
Once you are satisfied that you have prepared the answers to Cyber Essentials Certification questions, the final stage is to submit them to an Accreditation Body. This episode discusses that in more detail.
As web development has matured so to have the applications and interfaces of websites and browsers. We can do so much more on the web now than ever before, but this possibly comes with greater risks. Here we go though some of the things you can do to ensure that you are browsing safely.
When attackers attack systems they often try to do it by loading some sort of malware code onto your device, Cyber Essentials deals with this by ensuring that organisations have strong practices to protect their device from being compromised easily.