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Are 'Older' Firms Also 'Wiser' About Protecting Themselves?
Mid-market businesses aged six and over are twice as likely to have measures in place for making the most of information, compared to their younger counterparts, according to a new report by storage and information management firm, Iron Mountain and PwC.
Cyberattacks Cost Companies £1.46m On Average
The cost of a cyberattacks to businesses has more than doubled in the past year, a new report by PWC says.
FinTech Is Starting To Move Beyond Payments As Innovation Focus
According to new market research, payment solutions market has reached a maturity point, and new start-ups are looking at new areas, new data suggests.
Scottish Councils Spent £13m On Consultants Last Year
Scotland’s 32 local government bodies spent nearly £13m on consultants over the last 15 months, according to the local press.
Scottish Telehealth Centre Heavily Criticised In Leaked Report
The Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare (SCTT) has come under fire after a damning report into NHS 24’s management of the service.
UK Firms Battered By Cyber Crime Wave, Claims PwC
The rapid rise of cybercrime shows no sign of slowing, according to a new report published today by PwC which found that over 50 per cent of British companies expect to be the victim of an online crime over over the next two years.
Workers Struggling To Keep Up With Tech
According to Pw'Cs 19th Annual Global CEO Survey, new technologies are creating great new opportunities for business growth, but the lack of tech savvy workers is what concerns CEOs.

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