Europe News Newswire Data and Technology

In an anti-virus firm Sophos survey of 420 public sector IT senior managers in the UK, 50% agreed that the data held by their organisation is less valuable than data in a private sector organisation – according to The Register. “Sensitive data for up to 66 million UK citizens could become available to the highest bidder on the dark web or among other criminal groups that buy and sells personally identifiable information (PII) like names, addresses, National Insurance numbers, tax returns, confidential medical records, passport details, and more … “ said Sophos’s UK public sector relations director. Read more here and visit GovShop to find more suppliers specialising in cybersecurity systems.

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