Security breaches surge by 38 per cent
Research conducted by IT recruitment specialist Experis has found a 38 per cent increase in security breaches over a 12-month period. This upsurge occurred between 2014 and 2015 and is predicted to grow even more this year.
The global research also found that businesses are ill equipped to deal with such security issues, with nearly one-third (32 per cent) of those surveyed identifying information security as an in-demand and hard-to-find skill. The average cost of each individual lost...
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