We shop on the web. We work on the web. We play on the web. We live on the web. To an ever increasing extent, our lives rely on the web, computerized administrations. Nearly everything should be possible online – from shopping and banking to socialising and card making – and the majority of this makes the web, otherwise called cyberspace, an alluring focus for criminals.
Large-scale cyber security breaches regularly stand out as truly newsworthy yet around 70% of companies are keeping their most noticeably bad security incidents under wraps, so what makes the news is just a small proportion of the breaches that are actually taking place. England is being targeted by up to 1,000 digital attacks each hour.
We all have a responsibility to protect services from being maliciously disrupted or misused, through our vigilance, through our own security measures and through reporting events when they arise.
We aim to give you the knowledge, tools and best practices to protect your computers, communications networks, systems, programs and data.
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