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Prepare or repare? The risks and costs of cyber-attack compared

For any new service provider or proposed systems update, there’s one important question to consider: will the changes on the table bring added value to the business? Cyber security measures are no exception to this rule.

What risks are you faced with? What are the likely costs of being hit by a breach? How do the costs of prevention stack up against the cost of clear-up? We take a look…

A hacker's 3-step IT checklist for getting and STAYING protected

Protecting your IT system from breaches and hacking is one of the great challenges faced by organisations operating in the modern world. As we’ve discussed before, if you’re unsuitably guarded against an attack then you are putting your company into the very real danger of catastrophic damage; to your finances, your brand name, and, perhaps, to the very existence of the company itself.

Of course, the risks are varied, often complex, and ever evolving. The challenge for IT security experts is to monitor the digital landscape for new threats and emerging trends, to develop proactive strategies that protects your system from immediate threats and for the long-term.

Why would anyone want access to your email account?

There was a time when email was pretty much the sole means of electronic communication used by business. These days, even with the growth of social and a host of specialist messaging and collaboration tools available, email remains as important as ever. There are an estimated 2.5 billion business email users worldwide - and that number is on the increase.

3 ways that phishing will evolve in 2017

The rise in spear-phishing as a means to deliver potentially devastating malware to businesses has been one of the more troubling trends in cyber-security over the past year. And it’s a trend that looks likely to continue. Although, as experience tells us, these types of threats tend not to stand still, ever evolving to maintain it's capability to cause chaos.

Not so Merry!  4 security issues to look out for over Christmas.

Just as many of us are winding down for a well-earned break, this is exactly the time of year when cyber criminals are ramping up their activity.

Last year’s festive holiday season was dubbed “CyberCriminal Christmas” as online fraud attempts spiked between November and January. But it’s not just retailers that need to be wary; businesses of all types need to be wary of letting their guard down.

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