£6m cyber security scheme to protect SMEs from computer attacks
A £6m cyber security scheme that will protect Greater Manchester’s small and medium-sized companies against malicious computer attacks is being launched.
Cyber attacks pose a £860m risk to the region’s businesses each year, as estimated by the Lloyds City Risk Register, and with Greater Manchester’s digital aspirations continuing to grow, cyber reliance becomes ever more important.
Last year’s WannaCry ransomware virus demonstrated the potentially catastrophic impact caused when cyber defences are breached.
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