Craig Lurey argues a proficient IT team and technology will help prevent cyberattacks

While many have suffered from cyberattacks, businesses within the UK professional services industry are among the worst affected, each hit by an average of 62 cyberattacks over the last 12 months – far above the UK-wide average of 44 per organisation. 

With businesses expecting the number of attacks to increase in the coming years, it’s up to leaders to act now, so they can protect their organisations from being compromised in the future.

Upskill your team 

A proficient IT team is always in a better position to deal with cyberthreats, as skilled employees are capable of making the most of the technology they have at their disposal and adapting to the ever-changing attacks that are launched b...

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