Rory Macfarlane discusses the importance of preparation for a cyber-attack

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In the article, Cybersecurity a board room priority, says Ince Co', Rory emphasises that businesses must understand the likelihood of experiencing a cyber-attack, with data and money now being prime targets The consequences of such an attack can be disastrous, nbspwith a great number of companies victimised by cyber-attacks going out of business within a short period of time He stresses that company boards are now becoming increasingly important in ensuring that a business is properly protected against cyber threatsnbspDespite the huge financial cost of a cyber-attack, many companies remain unprepared Rory highlights that it is essential to invest in a satisfactory cybersecurity system and have employee protocols in place Please click here to read the full article nbspTo learn more about the cyber security product that Ince Co are offering, click here Information about Ince Co's regulatory compliance practice can be found herenbsp

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