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General Data Protection Regulations - GDPR

Cybercriminals & Ransomware are joining up with organised Crime, Here is how it affects your business

Organised crime, decent proper criminals have made cybercriminals an offer they can't refuse, they want in on the act and they want a big slice of the action. They'll provide local muscle, a real threat on the ground, threatening families and kids directly. 

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Many IT pros don’t know where to start when dealing with security awareness program for an organisations IT defence

The weakest link in cyber security is human error, especially in the inbox. Nine out of ten cyber breaches are down to a simple human mistake. Here's why it's vitally important to invest in an employee awareness programme for cyber security. The best investment you can make in cybersecurity, period!

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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. 

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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.  

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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. 

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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.

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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

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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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Four things you can do today to protect your computer

We forget the vast amounts of personal data we share with our devices daily. Here are four simple things we can do today which require only a little effort to protect our business and family lives jointly. Email, password management, software & browser updates and ransomware protection.

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New UK Online Laws bring little joy for Schools, Parents

St Patrick's Day, 2022. The British Government bring forward what they say are the most aggressive new online safety laws in the world. New Laws for cyber flashing, social media portals made liable for user content, huge fines, jail time for executives.

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