Brexit Affects EU Job Applications

Graduates and people with technology degrees are choosing to move to Berlin or Paris instead of London due to Brexit vote. This in part, could be due to the UK government still not unveiling its new visa rules for EU migrants after Brexit. This has caused the UK technology industry to experience a sharp drop in job applicants originating from the EU. Including the fact people have been put off by concerns about the economy, venture capital investment and visas, applications from the EU have fallen by 40%.
Despite government initiatives to encourage the study of computer and information technology science subjects at university, the industry relies on EU citizens to fill about 180,000 jobs in the sector. The figure represents a fifth of tech jobs in London.

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Avoid Data Breach

While businesses are increasingly aware of the many dangers that cyber-attacks can present to their company, it seems that they still aren’t entirely sure how to deal with data loss or breaches. The majority of modern businesses workings are dealt with online, and if a malware attack or other bugs enter their network, they can be left completely crippled.

You can minimize the risk of a data breach and ensure your company is well equipped to deal with the fallout by follow a few simple steps:

  1. Understand the Threats – Be proactive and make sure that you and your employees understand the risks they face. Identifying the most sensitive and important data in your network so that you can devise a plan to back it up before an attack occurs.
  2. Protect Yourself – Making sure that adequate security measures are in place in case of an attack is crucial.
  3. Keep Updated – Meet regularly with your board of directors, your company’s CEO, and your I.T. security team to keep everyone updated on potential security and online threats. This is a good way to ensure that everyone is on the same page and that all parties are prepared for a potential breach.
  4. Test Yourself – The best way to determine how ready you are for an attack is a drill.
  5. Train Your Staff – Reduce employee mistakes and negligence in the handling of sensitive information with regular training and awareness programs. This can help to prevent any careless errors such as opening an e-mail containing data-destroying malware.
  6. Security Team – Select a security leader and apoint an expert staff to be ready todeal with incident response. Should your company fall victim to an online threat, having a unified team to deal with the issue will ensure a quick response.
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