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The explosion of Big Data, mobility and new international regulations means the impact of doing nothing is huge. With financial risk now comes reputational risk from data loss and theft. As threats increase from hacking to direct theft to malware - how can IT Directors ensure their organisations are protected and stay ahead of increasingly sophisticated attacks?

At Fujitsu, we want to ensure organisations are better prepared by sharing insight and best practise into IT security from leading experts around the world.

Use this site to read about how to detect the latest forms of attack. Discover new ways to prevent data loss, such as state-of-the-art ciphers, encryption and ID access controls. Learn about the impact of Big Data and compliance on IT storage and security and share in the experiences of organisations like yours.


Cyber Security – Top 10 Threats

Big Data

Big Data has created a range of new opportunities for organizations that can harness it correctly. According to McKinsey, Big Data is 'the next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity.'

Tracking, analysing and evaluating customer data allows organizations to optimize everything from the tailoring of services to the timing of new product releases.

Despite the benefits there are major risks and often questions about security go unanswered:

• What new security threats does Big Data bring?
• Does a growing volume of Big Data affect the number of security threats?
• Are we prepared for both current and future Big Data security requirements?

Doing nothing can have major ramifications. The costs associated with data losses can run into the millions, while negative headlines can undermine market confidence.

Now is the time to act.


Compliance affects every sector and every type of organizations but all too often the need to meet regulatory obligations is approached in isolation.

We believe compliance should form part of a wider view of risk management.

This holistic approach integrates compliance with other risk factors to underpin business outcomes. Instead of being a box-ticking exercise, compliance becomes an essential part of reducing security threats and assuring better collaboration across the business.

From an external perspective, with a best-practice approach to compliance and risk management, organizations are better able to protect their reputation. Our own research shows that while two in five UK adults expect the Government, EU or regulatory bodies to protect their data, more than half (53%) see it as the responsibility of individual companies and their key personnel.

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In a fast-paced market, risk-aware, compliant, secure and trusted businesses have a competitive advantage. Is yours one of them?

Watch the video to find out what our experts have to say.


Mobile technologies will radically change the way we work for the better. Combined with the power of cloud computing, our capacity to work from anywhere at anytime offers massive productivity gains. 

Research from Forrester shows that almost half of the global information workforce uses smartphones today and 905 million tablets will be in people’s hands by 20171. 

However, new ways of working demand new ways of securing the organizations against additional threats. 

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Choose Your Own Device (CYOD). Bring Your Own Service (BYOS). Whether the organizations chooses one or a combination of all these approaches to mobile devices, what is more important is mobile security. 

Those organizations that ignore mobility will be left behind. Those that ignore the security threats may no longer be in the race. 

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Where does your enterprise stand on mobile security? 

Watch the video if you are considering thinking about a mobility solution for your organizations. 


Cyber threats are not new but they are on the increase and continue to evolve.   

For CSOs and CIOs it can feel like a constant race to keep ahead of the bad guys.

As the UK Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance (UKOCSIA) states, “British businesses earn £1 in every £5 from the internet. Yet 93% of large corporations and 87% of small businesses reported a cyber breach in the past year.”

The public sector is not immune. According to the UKOCSIA, on average over 33,000 malicious emails are blocked at the gateway to the Government Secure Intranet (GSI) every month.

Building cyber security into every IT asset – from laptops to databases to web servers – is critical. Sensible organizations are ignoring the old 'risk and recover' approach to cybercrime. Instead, they are using proactive ways to address cyber threats before they can disrupt operations.

But as cyber crimes become more sophisticated, one question remains.