Poor security firms should be “named and shamed”

Poor security firms should be “named and shamed” Poor security firms should be “named and shamed”

Companies who fail to protect their customers’ personal data should be “named and shamed by the UK Government”, say teams at King’s College London.

In a report named UK Active Cyber Defence: A public good for the private sector, staff from the Cyber Security Research Group argued that a public list of the worst offenders would incentivise other companies to invest more into security.

Further research from Ipsos MORI revealed that four in 10 businesses experienced a breach or attack in 2017/18.

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