On Saturday (4 August) the Business Leadership Exchange (BLE) – parent company to the Obis Omni, The Cloud Circle and Big Data Insight Group communities – provided insight for a specialist Business Technology supplement which was distributed within national newspaper The Telegraph.
Appearing alongside the likes of Imperva, Memset and Good Technology, BLE’s founder and managing director Emma Taylor penned a few words for an expert panel section answering the question: ‘What are the most significant cyber threats facing those in charge of a large-scale IT infrastructure project?’
In her response, Taylor focussed on the growing fears around Advance Persistent Threats (APTs) within the cybercrime landscape, explaining how this new breed of highly sophisticated threat must be accounted for, lest an organisation be added to the growing list of APT victims.
As BLE’s three communities continue to thrive at the forefront of helping businesses understand the latest game-changing technologies in the market, the organisation’s inclusion in the report reaffirmed its highly regarded reputation.
“It was great to have coverage like this within a national newspaper,” Taylor said.
“Sharing best practice tips and experiences is at the heart of everything we and our communities do, so being able to contribute to this Business Technology report was a great opportunity for us.”
The full 16-page supplement is available to read online here.