By Emily Byrne The media love to sensationalise reporting of emergencies to sell newspapers, while social gets in a flop sweat at a moment’s notice to generate clicks and comment. That’s the world we live in, but it can cause a world of pain for crisis managers trying to overcome an emergency and is why... Continue Reading →
If Shutterstock are to be believed, then hackers are men in their early twenties wearing hoodies, sometimes paired with some supervillain leather gloves and a balaclava.
With the lens of the media fixed firmly on Facebook these past few weeks, the public have never been more aware of their digital footprint and how it can be exploited.
Managing the fall out of a data breach is a team effort, making communication vital. Every employee with an email address can be targeted by increasingly sophisticated phishing scammers - making the protection of an organisation’s data the responsibility of everyone, not just the IT department.