'We are at war and every organisation is in the crosshairs'

Josh Budd
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Scott Nursten, CEO, ITHQ
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Scott Nursten, CEO, ITHQ

ITHQ's Scott Nursten says cyber resilience strategies will determine if businesses survive and evolve, or become collateral damage amid the cyber battlefield they find themselves in

The threat posed by cybercrime has never been higher, and it's only getting worse. Governments now recognise cyberthreats for the acts of war or terror that they are. Yet many businesses are sti...

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