The decision to pay a ransomware demand is a huge one. Is it safe? Will we get access to our systems again if we pay? Should I negotiate? Will they come again for more money? Will we survive financially? What are the other unknown risks?
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I used to be insecure until I saw my password. No more cats' names, Birthdays are great but are not passwords. CR7 is an ageing footballer, not a password. Iloveyou, maybe but not a password.
Let's face it, for most people, a job is just a job, do the work, get paid, repeat. They have other things to do, to worry about, The employer's IT system is not one of them. So for 95% who don't care as you do, awareness training might be the only way.
Awareness training for Cyber Security targets phishing, mobile devices, passwords, and remote working. Awareness training addresses the elephant in the room, which is human error causes nearly 90% of all hacks.
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.
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
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?
What is the point of Safer Internet Day? Kids' online habits changed and grew coarser during COVID-19 and we think schools and parents didn't notice a thing except kids were using their phones more. Let's get rid of safer internet day #SID2023 and do something else if nobody is bothered to keep up.
If you’d like to capture a video of what’s happening on your iPhone screen, you can use a built-in feature of iOS to make a screen recording. It’s like taking a screenshot, but a video. This also works on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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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