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 •  November 10

Cyberattacks are making news headlines around the world after the massive data breaches at Fortune 500 companies. According to a recent report by the Business Continuity Institute and the British Standards Institution, nearly 9 in 10 businesses worldwide are worried about the threat of cyber-attacks. While many understand what cyberattacks are,...

Tulsa World

 •  November 3

A total of 95 percent of business owners don’t feel secure against any kind of cyberattack, according to a recent survey by a global advisory board. Further, only 60 percent of those surveyed by The Alternative Board (TAB) have a cybersecurity response in place. “People thought the onslaught of PCs into the accounting departments was a boon,” said...

Tulsa World

 •  November 3

A total of 95 percent of business owners don't feel secure against any kind of cyber attack, according to a recent survey by a global advisory board. Further, only 60 percent of those surveyed by The Alternative Board (TAB) have a cybersecurity response in place. "People thought the onslaught of PCs into the accounting departments was a boon," said...

Tulsa World

 •  August 13

In 2014, 61 percent of the 1,600 experts polled by the Pew Research Center stated that a major cyberattack causing significant harm to a nation or nations was likely to occur within the next decade. Alexander Klimburg, a program director at the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies and an adviser to governments and international organizations on...