UK firms are still grappling with significant gaps in their cyber security knowledge, with research revealing more than one-third (35.4%) do not know how much an attack against their systems would cost them. According to Marsh’s UK Cyber Risk Survey Report 2016, organisations are developing a keener awareness of cyber security risks, with 83.8% of respondents claiming to have a basic-to-complete understanding of the threats posed to their business. In the 2015 version of the report, this figure stood at 60.8%.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Computer Weekly