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BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, the fastest growing division of BAE Systems, announces that Jim Anderson has been named President for the Americas region.
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New in-depth research reveals the malware to be a game-changer for security industry
90% of British businesses surveyed expect the number of cyber attacks to increase. Majority of major companies surveyed are increasing cyber security spend after recent attacks. 67% of UK respondents said organised groups of fraudsters now presented greatest cyber threat
Majority of American companies view targeted cyber attack as a top 3 business risk. Organized groups of fraudsters viewed as presenting greatest cyber threat. Grasp of vulnerabilities and threat intelligence named as best tools to help Boards tackle threat
For the second year running, BAE Systems is set to recruit more graduates to its cyber and security unit than any other part of its UK business.
From Saturday 1st February, BAE Systems Detica will become BAE Systems Applied Intelligence. The new name and positioning reflect both the company’s closer alignment with parent company BAE Systems and also its ambitions for further global market growth across its Applied Intelligence portfolio, which includes cyber security and financial crime prevention and detection.
BAE Systems Detica today announces that is has closed a strategic deal with Canadian National Insurance Crime Services (CANATICS) to detect suspicious auto insurance claims in Canada.
BAE Systems Detica believes that the following will be the top 5 priorities in 2014 for organisations wishing to counter the growing threat from digital criminality:
Nearly half of respondents say investment will increase by up to 20% in key areas.