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A UK business would have to spend £1.1m on average to recover from a breach – more than the global average of £1m. An NTT Security study of 1,350 non-IT business decision makers across 11 countries, 200 of which are from the UK, also reveals that respondents anticipate it would take, on average, almost three months (80 days) to recover from an attack.

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If there’s one thing that everyone seems to be talking about at the moment, it’s hacking. Recent hard-hitting ransomware attacks like WannaCry have made malware a talking point for the man in the street, and allegations persist that Russian hackers may have attempted to influence the result of the US presidential election.

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Google has notified some employees that their personal information may have been compromised as a result of the data breach suffered by travel technology firm Sabre. Sabre informed customers in early May that it had launched an investigation after detecting unauthorized access to its SynXis Central Reservation System, a rate and inventory management product used by more than 32,000 hotels worldwide.

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This week, we will experience the longest day of the year: June 21. For IT professionals, more daylight means more time to handle tasks on the back burner, start new projects or even — gasp — take a step back from the cybersecurity front lines. Here’s a look at some top contenders for security tasks worth tackling this summer solstice.

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