There are 3 big cyber security mistakes many businesses are making. Do you think yours is?
A new survey has shown that a massive 97% of business leaders who’ve experienced a ransomware attack in the past would pay up quickly if they were attacked again.
Microsoft, Apple, and Google. The tech giants have joined forces to kill off the password for good by creating passkeys.
As a business owner or manager, you should already know that weak or reused passwords are one of the biggest risks to data security.
The ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to a sharp rise in cyber-attacks. And while many of the attacks are between these two countries, there is very real potential for other countries to fall victim to cyber-attacks by Russia, thanks to the sanctions placed upon it. President Joe Biden’s declared the government has been…
A new report has discovered that 67% of remote workers are using faulty tech when they work remotely. And often that’s because they’ve accidentally damaged the tech themselves… they don’t want to admit it to their boss in case they get into trouble. A company that sells refurbished technology surveyed 2,500 employees. It found that…
It seems like we’re talking about cyber scams a lot at the moment. And now there’s another new trick you need to be aware of. Cyber criminals are smart. They’re forever coming up with new ways to infiltrate your devices and networks to access your valuable data. Fortunately, the defense weapons continue to get stronger…
The average office worker sends and receives around 121 emails every day. And while that sounds like a lot, what’s more shocking is that 3 billion phishing emails are sent each day. They account for 1% of all email traffic. What’s a phishing email? It’s an email sent by cyber criminals that pretends to be…
The Russian invasion of Ukraine could impact your business’s cyber security. There are some checks you need to do to keep your data protected.
You hear about two-factor authentication (2FA), but what is it? How does it protect your business beyond using a password to access things?