Research from STX Next has found that 59% of chief technology officers (CTOs) believe human error to be the biggest cyber security threat facing their organization.
Synopsys, Inc. has released the ninth edition of the annual Open Source Security and Risk Analysis (OSSRA) report which highlights that nearly three-quarters of commercial codebases assessed for risk contain open source components impacted by high-risk vulnerabilities.
International SOS has released highlights from its International SOS Risk Outlook 2024 report showing ‘the profound impact of climate change on businesses worldwide’.
DigiCert, Inc., has released its 2024 State of Digital Trust Survey that looks at how enterprises around the world are managing digital trust in their organizations.
Leaders who are not present during a time of organizational crisis increase the impacts on the organization due to the effect that their absence has on employees’ stress levels and the likelihood of them burning out.
Cybereason has announced the results of its third annual ransomware study, commissioned to better understand the true impact of ransomware to businesses.
Research by the Universities of Portsmouth and Salford shows that installing directors with a history of questionable professional conduct can result in losing up to 64% off a company’s value.
Node4’s recently released Mid-Market IT Priorities Report 2024 reveals a detailed picture of the cyber security landscape across UK mid-market companies.
The BCI has published its annual BCI Emergency and Crisis Communications Report, sponsored by F24. This examines how crisis communication methods have evolved and what are the success-factors behind successful emergency communications.
A recent survey by VinciWork, has found that only 29% of compliance professionals have implemented specific procedures, training, or preventive measures to guard against artificial intelligence (AI) related compliance breaches.