Travelex: A result of human error?
Travelex: A result of human error? On New Year’s Eve, Travelex discovered a ransomware cyber-attack on their computer systems and was forced to take themselves offline. The foreign currency specialist, with more than 1,200 branches worldwide, was demanded by hackers to pay a fee equal to £4.6 million in return for customer data. The sophisticated
The hidden element of operational resilience
The hidden element of operational resilience The Prudential Regulatory Authority (PRA) are placing a greater demand for insurance services to manage cyber risk and ensure compliance with operational resilience regulations.
How L&D can help to instil organisation-wide cyber security awareness
How L&D can help to instil organisation-wide cyber security awareness With the average cost of a cyber-attack rising continuously each year and human error facilitating the vast majority (over 90%) of successful attacks, learning leaders play a vital role in creating a more resilient and cyber aware workforce. In any organisation, investment in education is
HR: Why it plays a vital role in cyber security resilience
HR: Why it plays a vital role in cyber security resilience With an estimated 90% of successful cyber breaches facilitated by human error, human resources directors play an important role when it comes to minimising cyber risk. When we think of cybercrime and the threat it presents, we often visualise the stereotypical cliché of a
UK’s leading intelligence qualifications approved for military funding scheme
UK’s leading intelligence qualifications approved for military funding scheme Serving and former members of the UK Armed Forces are now able to achieve both the Level 4 Diploma in Intelligence Operations and Level 6 Diploma in Intelligence Management, through the Ministry of Defence’s Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC). The ELC scheme promotes lifelong learning and