15 Cyber Security Horrors Revealed

Halloween is a time of ghost stories, horror movies and scary costumes. However, alongside these fears lies another one that is often ignored – the fear of falling victim to a cyber-attack. Take a look at our 15 cyber security horrors which are sure to cause a fright:...

Channel CTOs Need to Plug the Skills Gap

In an ideal world, vendors’ CTOs would make skills widely available to channel partners, enabling collaboration with solution providers to speed tech adoption. The single biggest issue impeding growth across the channel is not products or services; it’s...

Upskilling, the forgotten solution to the cyber security gap

  The growing threat posed by cyber attacks means that organisations must find a solution to the cyber security skills gap. But what is it? The greatest benefit of upskilling is that it can be calibrated to the most relevant skills an organisation needs or prefers....

TfL delays contradict HMRC who deny reform impacts sector

Project delays provides further evidence that reform has indeed impacted contracting, recruiting and the public sector itself, something denied by HMRC. Delays to critical TfL London Underground repair work due to the exodus of public sector contractors further...

Cybersecurity is dead – long live cyber awareness

Let’s face it: anyone who depends solely on prevention is doomed. Cybersecurity is dead. Let’s face the facts here, folks – it’s hopeless. The bad guys have won and anyone who depends solely on prevention is doomed. Cyberattacks are, at their essence, just like...

ICO Launches GDPR help for small businesses

Information Commissioner’s Office’s dedicated telephone service will prepare firms for new data law. The Information Commissioner’s Office will launch a dedicated telephone service aimed at helping small businesses prepare for new data protection laws. The phone...

20 reasons why HMRC should throw in its IR35 towel

The IR35 reforms that have hampered the public sector look set to be extended into the private sector, and the inevitable damage that it will cause will all be the taxman’s doing. With IR35, HMRC has failed on all fronts. Prior to the public sector reforms, it...