Last year cyber crime cost UK businesses £21 billion, the Government £2.2 billion and individuals £3.1 billion (UK Cabinet Office statistics). The battle against cyber crime will only be won if everyone plays their part.
Businesses, Government and individuals must all understand the cyber threat landscape and how their actions can make it easier or more difficult for cyber criminals to succeed.
We’ve recently added some new titles to our growing cyber security catalogue to help you understand the latest threats and what you can do about them.
|Protecting Our Future: Educating a Cybersecurity Workforce
An examination of the operational challenges and needs of the workforce in the military, healthcare, international relations, telecommunications, finance, education, utilities, government, small businesses, and not-for-profit organisations.
|Cybersecurity and Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know
A definitive account of the nature of war, conflict, and security in the 21st century, beginning with an explanation of what cyberspace is and then move on to how to exploit and defend it.
|Cyber Security Culture
A research-based study reinforced with expert insights to help managers form policies and procedures to prevent cyber intrusions, put robust security systems in place, and to arrange appropriate training exercises.
|Cybersecurity: Managing Systems, Conducting Testing, and Investigating Intrusions
Aimed at cyber security professionals as well as those new to the field, this comprehensive guide covers the tools, techniques and strategies you need to work in the cyber security industry, and demonstrates how to build security into your systems.
|PAS 555 2013: Cyber security risk. Governance and management. Specification
PAS 555 supplies a holistic framework for effective cyber security which not only considers the technical aspects but also the related physical, cultural and behavioural aspects of an organisation’s approach to addressing cyber threats, including effective leadership and governance.
|Cyber Security Policy Handbook
This book explains in simple language what cyber security is and details the history of, and current approaches to, cyber security policy, covering global security organisational policy issues and detailing the pros and cons of specific policy choices, including their impacts.