PRLog - Oct. 1, 2012 - SOUTHWARK, U.K. -- The government is issuing advice to business leaders on how to protect themselves from cyber threats. Foreign Office ministers and officials from the communications intelligence agency, GCHQ, have told companies to create a more security-conscious culture. Businesses across different sectors have been under attack.
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Additionally, it has been suggested that hackers may already be secretly running company computer systems because firms are too complacent and falsely believe they are protected, Iain Lobban, the head of GCHQ warned yesterday. Mr Lobban has also told business leaders that the size and pace of cyber attacks was now at an unprecedented level and threatened the UK’s economic security.
-Source: BBC.co.uk and Telegraph.co.uk
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