Protect yourself with a Tech Free 15 minutes

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We would all agree that technology helps to make our busy lives that little bit easier. Tech allows us to tackle our work or personal to-do list on the move and it provides an increasing level of connectivity between colleagues and friends. All well and good, but when was the last time you took 15

Protect against online fraud

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The first line of defence against any kind of cyber attack is your password. By making sure you use strong passwords, you make it more challenging for criminals to hack your accounts. It’s especially important to use a strong, separate password for your email, as it’s often a gateway to other important data. Cyber criminals

Protect your business from Cyber Crime

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We’ve partnered with the government’s Cyber Aware campaign to bring you the best advice on how to keep your business, staff, and customers safe online. Do you keep your premises secure from intruders by locking doors or using security passes?  What about backing-up your data, ensuring your passwords are secure, and downloading updates so your

Cyber attacks and malware threaten all businesses

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Cyber attacks aren’t going away. Email will continue to be the main distribution method and social engineering practices (tricking users) will continue to evolve. With data breaches becoming more common and high profile, there is a need for increased diligence from directors concerning cyber security, to prevent claims arising Directors in the US are potentially

How safe is your SME?

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It’s a scary statistic, but 74% of small organisations reported a cyber security breach in 2015, according to the Government Security Breaches Survey. Yes, that’s right: 74%. The average cost of the worst security breach was between £65,000 and £115,000 – sometimes resulting in a business being put out of action for up to ten

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