The general shift towards digital systems and processes and increased activity in cyberspace has been accompanied by a rise in risk and security threats. Cyber-attacks can take many forms and focus on various systems including telecommunications, the internet and computers.
Cybersecurity, or IT security, focuses on protecting computers, networks, programs and data from unintended or unauthorized access, damage, attack, change or destruction and refers to the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect them.
The number and sophistication of cyber attacks is ever-growing, demanding ongoing attention in order to protect sensitive business and personal information and safeguard national security. All organisations across the public and private sectors now collect, process and store large amounts of confidential information, data which is then transmitted across networks and is therefore liable to attack. Cybersecurity is especially important for Government departments, Financial Institutions and large corporations but it is now an essential concern for any business which transacts online.
- Global Head of Cybersecurity
- Head of Enterprise Risk & Compliance
- Head of Information Security
- Cyber Security Analyst
- Head of Security Practice
- Cyber Solutions Architect
- Senior Manager Security Strategy
- Chief eDiscovery Specialist
- Head of Data Security