People cannot be left out of the cyber-security equation

Employees must think of hackers as very malicious marketers and need to take all the necessary precautions (strong passwords, safety settings) to prevent them from entering the company's system, says hacker FC at #teissLondon2018.

Their awareness has to be raised of how their own, as well as their friends', data on social media, can be used against them. For businesses, on the other hand, it is of utmost importance to ensure their suppliers are secure in order to pre-empt a supply chain attack.

 

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