Cyber attacks are the top risk for Irish businesses, Aon study reveals
The increased reliance on technology due to the majority of staff working remotely was credited with putting cyber attacks at the top spot in Ireland
Cyber attacks have been cited as the biggest risk for Irish businesses, Aon’s biennial global study of risk management has found.
The study, which surveyed 2,300 respondents across 60 countries and 16 industries, showed how the increased reliance on technology due to the majority of staff working remotely has prompted business leaders to rank cyber attacks at the top spot in Ireland, as well as globally where they finished atop the standings for...
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