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Have you been hacked? It's easy to find out!

Impress the boss. Stay on top of the cyber-threat with our new cyber monitoring service. 

Making Emails Safe Again!

Staff have enough to do. An extra pair of eyes would be handy ? Like swiss cheese, SEGs secure email gateways have holes in them & bad stuff gets through. You need on-the-spot, clear and easy-to-see protection.  

How to Set Up and Use a Password Manager for Maximum Security

Online security is more important than ever. The way to protect yourself is by a password manager. You can generate and store strong, unique passwords for all your online accounts, so you don't have to remember them all. Here, we'll show you how to set up and use a password manager for maximum protection.

Traffic Lights, A major contribution to road and email Inbox safety

Here is a fact, 9 times out of ten, the easiest way for a cybercriminal to hit your business is to go straight to your Inbox with a scam, ransomware or phishing attempt. 

All in a good cause!? Why charities need password management?

The rise of online threats, hackers & data breaches, having a robust password management system is a must for a charity. After all, who wants to call the boss to say the money is all gone.

7 Tips for Choosing the best Password Manager for Your Team

Bringing some common sense to the dreary job of selecting a password manager for your business, or organisation. And there is a link to our free Top 7 tips for 'Choosing a new password manager'.  Simple, clear, plain English makes your selection quicker, easier, better and ultimately safer.

Looking to change your passwords? Here's how it might go.

Used the same password for over a decade, somehow managed to avoid identity theft, despite using the same password everywhere you are still here, well here's how to move on and continue to survive with real passwords

 

Revolut data hack : What you need to know

Europe's most popular banking App Revolut hacked in early September, 51,500 customers hit. Phishing suspected. 1000's will suffer identity theft and fraud.

Worlds dumbest Hacker made millions, went to lunch, is now jailed in California

Yevgeniy Nikulin hacked LinkedIn, Dropbox breaching their cyber security, and used VPN to access the IT network to steal 117 million usernames and passwords

Experts break silence on doing better passwords

Spend a few quid a month, and you can sync your passwords in your business. Boring but safe. If you are running a business, have you ever sacked anyone only to realise later that they still have access to everything, including the Bank? 

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