The greatest threat to your organisation is sitting in the inboxes of your employees. Email is still the number one threat vector and a major weak link in your IT security. The truth of the matter is that many of us have become complacent and just want to get through the many emails that
When you hear the phrase "Disaster Recover" your are probably thinking of inhospitable environments or locations that suffer from extreme weather events. Did you know that most “Disaster” events occur from system failures, human error or cyber-attack? Your data is your most valuable assets and the loss of data can have a detrimental effect on
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Ransomware isn't going away and more and more businesses are falling victim every day. We are delighted to partner with business continuity and network security leader Datto and together we bring you this this series of infographics designed to educate and encourage business of all sizes to take action NOW! Talk to us today
From July of this year Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’. This is according to Chrome security product manager Emily Schechter when writing in the Google Security Blog. Schechter writes that beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”Google has
Unless you've been living under a rock over the past week or so, you will have heard about the new explosive book "Fire and Fury" by Michael Wolf. This book apparently paints US President Donald Trump in a light that, lets just say, isn't very flattering, Shocked!! Yeah, me too. This piece, however isn't a critique
What is Meltdown and Spectre We’re only at the start of 2018 and already we have two security risks to contend with. Meltdown and Spectre are two security vulnerabilities discovered in modern microprocessor chips that may allow attackers to exploit the chips common features and puts your personal data, including passwords, at risk. People
STOP!! - Do you know where that USB stick or memory card came from? Was it delivered in the post? Did you simply find it on the ground and thought “What better way to establish who owns it then to plug it into my computer and see it the owner’s details are on it”.