Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and GDPR: What are you doing to protect customer data?
Is your business safe in light of the recent Intel chipset bug?
When it comes to minimising risk and maximising productivity, keeping your IT systems secure and up to date is paramount. This is something we do as standard for all of our clients, but what happens when something unexpected happens that you have no control over? It's been revealed that the latest batch of Intel and AMD chipsets could have a serious security flaw that could leave your business vulnerable. Should your business be concerned?
All Aboard: Don't Get Left in the Cold by GDPR this May
The GDPR train will be leaving the station on the 25th May 2018, and if your business isn't ready it might risk breaking the law. Here's everything you need to know in order to keep your business compliant...
10 ways to spot an email phishing scam
Email phishing scams can be devastating things. Their sole purpose is to trick your staff into releasing sensitive information that can then be used against your company. Many of these scam emails are easy to spot, but some of these malware campaigns are incredibly sophisticated, employing the use of fake websites and even entire user journeys designed to extract vital information. But what can you and and your staff do to spot these scams and avoid disaster?
Ransomware Update: How to keep your business secure in 2017
Following the ransomware attack that hit the NHS last month, we decided to share some information with you on what ransomware is and how your business can avoid it.
What your Small Business needs to know about Secure Email
You may not be surprised to know that email is one of the main ways that hackers can gain access to sensitive company information. Did you also know that small businesses are especially vulnerable - possibly because of the belief that small businesses don't have the resources or budget to have layers and layers of security?