2015 certainly has been a busy one with many projects keeping us on our toes. Hear about our antics in our last blog of the year.
The escalating number of cases this year has shown we need to ensure our wits are about us now more than ever. But are we any wiser as to the kinds of people responsible for hacking?
Since the devastating Paris attacks a few weeks ago, talk has revolved around the need (or not) to encrypt data.
What actually happens to a small business after they have suffered a breach? Unfortunately, the aftermath of a security breach does not look too pretty.
This time last year the news of Sony’s data breach was raging hot in the media. But what’s changed since then? How does the threat landscape look now? Can we assure ourselves all is now calm?
The latest news and opinion regarding the TalkTalk hacking.
The topic concerning many is the latest cyber-attack on telecommunications group TalkTalk which has not just affected the business but has put its 4 million customers at risk
To launch our new security service, Smart Security, we held an event on 15/10/15 at our offices at Brindley Place complete with champagne and canapés which proved to be a great success!
Discussions about staying cyber-secure can go on until we are blue in the face but who actually is responsible to ensure a business is protected from cyber-crime? A cyber-security company like us? Your manager? The IT department? The government? Actually, the person responsible is you.
Is the explosion of social media and the availability of personal information placed online causing more cyber fraud? And how can we work together to stop it?