We’ve quickly become very dependent on our smart devices. The average Brit checks their phone 28 times a day; that’s almost twice per hour if they get 8 hours of sleep. So it’s no wonder that personal mobile devices - smartphones, tablets and laptops - have become a very common sight in the modern Discover more
After January 14th, 2020, Microsoft will no longer offer support for Windows 7. If you’re part of one of the 43% of organisations that still uses Windows 7, you need to understand what this news means for your business so you can make the right choice for what to do prior to January 2020.
Today, we’re covering what problems you might face if you don’t back up your business’ files, some best practices for keeping your files safe and staying GDPR compliant and the best solutions for storing your backup data.
Today, we take a look at this murky part of the internet and go through some simple steps you should take to protect your business from criminals on the dark web.
The digital security threat landscape is constantly evolving. Leaks, hacks and other breaches are happening more and more due to human error or software vulnerabilities and getting harder to predict or fix. This rise in cybersecurity threats also means that sophisticated endpoint security is becoming increasingly important. Today, we’re breaking down what exactly endpoint protection entails Discover more
Any business is only as secure as its weakest link. Making your employees more knowledgeable about data security and what to do in the event of a breach means that your entire organisation is better equipped to handle threats.
IT security covers the integrity of computerised business systems, as well as the protection of privacy, sensitive information, and commercial secrets. Few would doubt the need to assess security, nor the problems that can arise from overlooking it. However, researchers recently identified that one in three companies had no controls in place to deter hackers. Discover more
In today’s computerised world of business, cybersecurity is more important than ever. Digital networks are almost universal, while fraudsters are increasingly innovative. Around the clock, miscreants and criminals scan unsecured networks (and those with poor defences) to find the latest Achilles’ heels. Unfortunately, chinks in corporate computing armour and the digital defences typically used by Discover more