Research: UK firms at risk of cyber attacks

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Latest KPMG report on FTSE 350 firms reveals lack of clarity around security policy at board level is leaving them vulnerable

UK firms still have a challenge ahead if they are hoping to counter cyber attacks on their business, according to research from KPMG. This is mainly down to a lack of communication between board...

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