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Business Process Compromise: European Firms Struggle to Tackle a Misunderstood Threat

by Bharat Mistry

Business Process Compromise (BPC) cyber-attacks are not often covered in the media. Their distant relative — the similarly sounding Business Email Compromise (BEC) — tends to get most of the billing, especially after the FBI branded it the most costly threat of 2018. But the truth is that this broad category of attacks is a major threat to organisations. Last year we revealed that 43% of US and European firms had been impacted by BPC.

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Corporate and consumer security worlds set to collide in 2019

by Ian Heritage

Consumer and enterprise security are usually treated as two discrete areas. But increasingly in 2019 we’ll see a convergence of threats. Ultimately, every employee is also a consumer — one who may work from a home filled with unsecured smart devices, exposing corporate systems and data to new threats.

The coming year therefore requires enterprise IT security teams to think more broadly about the risks facing their organisation, and ensure they have the policies and technologies in place to mitigate them. Continue reading