John Grennan 4 Reasons Why You Should Switch to Microsoft Office 365 Business Premium Today November 30, 2022 , 3:06 pm , Microsoft Microsoft 365 Business Premium is an effective solution to keep employees connected and productive regardless of their physical location while simultaneously safeguarding their data and protecting them against cyber threats. Microsoft 365 […]
Microsoft Microsoft Surface – Built for security, designed for trust John Grennan November 8, 2022 Held to the same standard as all Microsoft services and software, Microsoft Surface devices provide uncompromising chip-to-cloud security, put ultimate control in your hands, and provide peace of mind wherever and however work gets done. In a global environment where security threats […]
Employees have long been viewed as the ‘weakest link’ in a business’s cyber security chain and, with human error still being the number one cause of data breaches, that unwanted title can still be applied to many businesses today. But what makes employees such an insider threat to your business? In this article, we’ll guide […]
The never-ending threat of a cyberattack is leading more and more businesses to take a serious look at cyber security insurance to help them recover some of the financial losses that would result from an attack or incident. While a continuing rise in attacks is making cyber insurance more attractive, so too, is it making […]
With Verizon reporting that the ‘human element’ plays a part in 85% of cyber security breaches, your business can be compromised by just one well-crafted and well-researched phishing email landing in an employee’s inbox. The fact is, common attacks like phishing have rapidly evolved over the past few years, and businesses have been slow to […]
How many of us are guilty of sticking with the same service providers simply because it’s “better the devil you know”? There can be a lot to consider when you are thinking of switching from one IT Support provider to another and it can seem like a daunting process. However, it does not have to […]
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“Mr Watson, come here – I want to see you” were the first words spoken over a telephone line by Alexander Graham Bell on the 7th of March 1876. Since then, the world has become a much smaller place with the telephone allowing people to communicate in real-time across the globe.
Multi-Factor Authentication or MFA is a security measure that requires you to provide two separate pieces of information before you are granted access to an online service. In the past, it has been far too easy for hackers to obtain credentials and access your online services. By implementing MFA you are telling the online service that you are in fact, who you claim to be.
An advanced persistent threat is when a malicious actor gains access to a network and remains undetected for weeks, months and even years. Lockheed developed the Cyber Kill Chain with the idea that if we identify threats early enough, this will reduce the possibility of an advanced persistent threat. The cyber kill chain is an adaptation of the military’s kill chain, which is a step-by-step approach that identifies and stops the enemy activity.