Recent surveys conducted by the Small Business Authority, Symantec and the National Cybersecurity Alliance suggest that many small business owners are still operating under a false sense of cyber securityContinue Reading →
In 2016 it was revealed that personal data from 2.7 billion user accounts at major companies such as Yahoo, Dropbox, MySpace, and LinkedIn, were put at risk as a result of security breaches. That’s the equivalent to more than every single Facebook account being compromised. There is a concern, highlighted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that majority of the typical computer users experience security due to the frequency of the large-scale hacks which leaves people feeling ...Continue Reading →
IT security is a topic of conversation that is likely to be a cause for concern for companies of all sizes. There is a perception that larger businesses have superior security, but this isn’t always true. Just ask telecoms giant TalkTalk who were hacked in 2015 and had significant amounts of data stolen, leading to some customers falling victim to fraud. Yahoo also had a few issues which led to the login details of over a ...Continue Reading →
Sensitive data breaches have been making headlines on a regular basis, business owners can lose sleep over the perils of keeping information secure. No organisation wants to find itself the latest media – or legal – target for failing to protect sensitive customer information.
Desktops as a service (hosted desktop) add an extra layer of security to internal systems that helps ease this strife. They help protect the edges of the network, where security is often lax. DaaS in the cloud also ...Continue Reading →
Whats not to like about the Cloud? Secure, cost effective and unshackles you from the office. Some business categories can benefit more than others – Estate agents to name but one, we have put together what we consider the top 5 reasons why Estate Agents should consider making the switch:
1. Disaster recovery
Whats the worst that could happen? If disaster struck and you lost all or some of your client information what would be the repercussions to your business. How ...
More than 4,000 Brits have had their computers infected with ransomware this year, with over £4.5m paid out to cyber criminals, according to Action Fraud.
Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts files of infected PCs before demanding an extortionate payment for the encryption key needed to recover data. The malware typically arrives in the form of malicious email attachments prospective marks are encouraged to open or through exploit kits that exploit software vulnerabilities to push malware onto the PCs ...Continue Reading →