The Under-Appreciated Power of Pen-Testing

Nowadays, nearly all business and charities in the UK report using some form of digital communication in their daily operations. An unpleasant but unsurprising consequence of this is that cyber-crime attacks are becoming a more prevalent threat, with the number of reported cases around the country growing year-on-year. In the last 12 months, nearly one-third of businesses (32%) and over one-fifth of charities (22%) have reported suffering from some form of security breach.

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Darren Phillips
How does UK legislation match up to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework?

Increasingly aware of the growing threat that cybercrime poses to private businesses and public organisations alike, governments around the world have begun implementing legislation geared towards counteracting it. One of the first to do so was the USA, which brought in the original version of its Cybersecurity Framework in February 2014, initially aimed at critical infrastructure providers.

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