Security | 43% of senior leaders claim their firm has suffered cyber attacks

43% of senior leaders claim their firm has suffered cyber attacks

With the advent of GDPR and the recent slew of high-profile hacking cases, ensuring that corporate data is properly stored and protected is more essential than ever.

Despite this, new research conducted by Mactavish claims that 43% of senior executives and managers have suffered at least one cyber attack within the last two years and whilst sensitive data may well have been compromised, only 31% of those polled believe that the cases had been dealt with properly.

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