World Password Day Thursday 2nd May 2019. Nearly everything we do online or with a device requires a password to gain access to it. This can be the easiest way to protect information. So why aren't we using more secure password to ensure we are protecting this information.
How is your business protecting itself? In today’s modern world cyber crime is fast becoming one of the most common crimes committed within the UK. With a 1 in 2 chance that a small business will experience some form of cyber security breach, it is ever prevalent that measures are put in place to ensure they are protecting themselves.
"Almost 4 million UK businesses could be at risk of losing their data due to inadequate or even non-existent backup practices.”
With the UK in turmoil over Brexit, businesses are expected to face new challenges as the UK faces many uncertainties. The result of Brexit is set to significantly impact cyber security.
A new strain of ransomware has surfaced that pretends to be working for the good of a children's charity rather than for criminal gain, in an attempt to make handing over cash more palatable for a victim.
Seeing a padlock no longer a guarantee of security.
Read our 7 cyber security tips to help keep you and your data safe.
Top Strategies and Best Practices from our partner, Trend Micro.
A recent survey revealed that there has been a 232% increase in security breaches of user data on desktops and laptops in the last six years.
Discover the solutions and best practices for maintaining up-to-date systems.