Covid-19 has made businesses reliant on their online networks and remote-working capabilities for the last few months and will continue to do so as our ‘new normal’ evolves.
The coronavirus is unfortunately creating an environment for fraudsters to thrive using a range of tactics including coronavirus-themed phishing emails.
When it comes to cybersecurity training for employees, are you doing enough?
Email Spoofing is on the rise; and is costing businesses billions of pounds.
British Airways is facing a record fine of £183m for last year’s breach of its security systems.
The National Cyber Security Centre have produced a guide for small business on how to improve cyber security within your organisation – quickly, easily and at low cost. Cyber security needn’t be a daunting challenge for small business owners. In this guide the NCSC identify five quick and easy steps that can save time, money and potentially…
Up to 90 per cent of the average online retailer’s login traffic is generated by cybercriminals trying their luck with credential stuffing attacks, Shape Security estimated in its latest Credential Spill Report.
Fusion hosted their second GDPR seminar in conjunction with Ramsdens Solicitors and Viden Consulting to help clarify the GDPR legislation changes and, importantly, the impact it will have on businesses.
Intel have released a large set of firmware upgrades (updates) for most processors less than five years old, but unfortunately these were found to be very unstable and were causing a lot of servers to crash, so they have been pulled away again!
You may have read or seen on the news this week; there’s two bugs that have been discovered that have been described as the ‘worst ever’ bugs affecting the security of all computers and smartphones.