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‘Third Time (Un)Lucky’ Cyber Insights for 8th February from The National Cyber Skills Centre

By . December 20, 2018

How many times will you suffer from a cyber attack before you actually take real action? The answer is probably three.

“How many times have I got to tell you to stop doing that before you will learn?” would often be heard around my childhood home, as I’m sure it was in yours and probably in your children’s if truth be known.

Like you and probably like your children too, I didn’t listen. I decided to learn in my own way, under my own misplaced guidance. Somehow I had to find out for myself, irrespective of the consequences, which in many childhood instances would be cuts, bruises and a wide collection of grazes!

It seems that no matter how much advice we are given, how many people who are more learned than ourselves give us practical and insightful assistance, we still like to find out for ourselves, even if the costs are high. 

While in discussions at the National Cyber Skills Centre this week, it was mentioned that these childhood desires to ‘find out for ourselves’ continues into modern business life and more notably cyber security. Despite cyber security costing companies many millions, despite millions of individuals losing personal data, despite the headlines of notable brands suffering major hacks and data breaches, it still is not enough to spur many into action...

Read the rest over at Cyber Insights, brought to you by the National Cyber Skills Centre.

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