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?
Read about the newest member of our team, Jaime, in her short blog.
The recent release of personal data of thousands of people from a well-known dating site has again sparked the debate of whether TOR (The Onion Router) is a useful tool for everyday people, or just a tool for criminals to peddle their wares.
Coming second to the illegal drugs trade, cyber-crime has flourished as an industry and as long as there is the internet to feed it, cyber-thieves will not stop their hungry eyes trawling through cyberspace to find what they are looking for. Data.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has taken off in recent years. Nearly everyone you talk to says that they are allowed to take their own device into the office and use it for work purposes. But what are the issues they pose on your business?
Reports on cyber-attacks and company breaches are at large at the moment but what are the minimum steps you can take to make sure your business is secure?
You would take the precautionary measures to ensure your staff are aware of fire exits and health and safety procedures but would you make sure they are cyber-aware?