On World Password Day we want to remind you how important it is to ensure create strong, separate passwords and store them safely is a good way to protect yourself online.
While businesses have adapted to having many of their staff working from home (WFH) because of the pandemic – this means they are working outside of the security of the company’s network and are vulnerable to attack (if staff have a corporate device you’re protected, but many people in the current pandemic are using their own…which means they are the last layer of defense.
You need to be vigilant shopping online at any time of the year but even more so this festive season according to The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – part of GCHQ.
Just when we thought it was safe to go back into the office, #lockdown2 has forced many workers to stay at home.
What lessons has your business learnt from the first lockdown?
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…