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Hello Share Crumplers. There is real anxiety in the business world about cybersecurity. Especially as the company which owns British Airways has been fined a staggering £183 million over hackers raiding its files. That seems to be a bit unfair, as these varlets seem to be one step ahead these days. It’s because of a change of law which has turned small fines for this kind of thing into huge ones.
Hello, Share Tramplers. Companies, both big and small, will turn their thoughts in 2018 to protecting their customers' details. There was a lot of hacking by crooks this year and it costs firms dearly if private details are pinched. Therefore, companies which produce cyber safeguards against on-line identity theft are likely to make even better profits now.
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