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Tuesday, 03 December 2013 16:30

Ten questions that board members should ask about information security

According to new research conducted by the UK Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) with MI5 and GCHQ, only 14 percent of directors responsible for audit at the FTSE 350 firms regularly consider cyber threats, with a significant number receiving no intelligence at all about cyber criminals.

Espion, a company that specialises in information risk management, believes this research should serve as a wakeup call to those charged with governance and compliance to apply the same rules to information risk that are in place for other forms of corporate risk.

Espion’s head of consultancy, Stephen O’Boyle says: “Whether attacks from data thieves, spies or saboteurs who steal from, gain unfair advantage over or damage companies, the cyber crime threat facing UK organizations is increasing.