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Maturing process sees firms wake up to cyber threat

As technology gets sharper and faster, companies are moving to show that they take their cyber security requirements seriously, writes Quinton O’Reilly

10th March, 2019
Dr Vivienne Mee, founder of VM Group Picture: Maura Hickey

Years ago, one of the biggest challenges in pushing good security measures was convincing companies it was in their interests. Now that seems to have well and truly changed.

“From our own forensics investigations in the last 12 months, we’ve seen that phishing would be one of the top [trends],” said the founder of VM Group, Dr Vivienne Mee.

“The second one, being a close second if not a joint first, would...

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