Only 1 in 5 FTSE 100 firms have cyber risk testing programmes

Only 1 in 5 FTSE 100 firms have cyber risk testing programmes

Microsoft's new security update ensures quick organisation-wide security patching

Despite 89% of FTSE 100 companies recognising cyber as a principal risk that could entail a number of consequences including disruption to business and operations, only 21% of such companies have mentioned details of specific cyber risk testing in their annual reports.

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