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ALMOST

50

%

of businesses

say they are

likely to be

a victim of

cybercrime in

the future

ONLY

48

%

of companies have a

policy not to send personal

or confidential information

to clients’ non-work

email accounts

KICKING OFF

RISK & RESILIENCE

(Source: Control Risks)

DANGEROUS DATA

Over a third of organisations

say they lack the skills

to be resilient

deem cyber threats

the most potentially

disruptive external threat

to their organisations

of companies are more

worried about long-term

reputational damage than

short-term financial loss

+33

%

47

%

Over a quarter regularly

send emails to someone

they didn’t intend to

More than 1 in 5 confirm

that their business or

customer emails have been

compromised or hacked

>

1/5

+

1/4

43

%

are concerned that personal

or confidential information

sent to clients’ personal

emails might be intercepted

and used for cybercrime

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• YOU • YOUR TEAM • THE GAME

• THE INDUSTRY

• YOU • YOUR TEAM • THE GAME

• THE INDUSTRY

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NEWSBITES

GROWING UP

UNDERSTANDING GENERATION Y

(Source: Shakespeare Martineau)

SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL

(Source: The Chemistry Group & Reading FC)

70

%

84

%

<

1/5

rate employee ownership

as their main influencer

of career choice

Less than a fifth state

salary and rewards

as important

Specialist ‘expertise’

and good ‘reputation’

are also priorities

AROUND

10

%

of players in a football academy will

have been born in the summer months.

These players tend to be less physically

developed but have a higher level

of capability and motivation.

1.2m of the 31.7m

workforce in the UK are 65+

3.7m more

workers are aged 50-74

than 20 years ago