The Great Twitter Hack: What Went Wrong
On 15th July, social media giant Twitter suffered its most catastrophic breach in the company’s fourteen year history. Targeting Twitter’s most influential celebrities, cyber-hackers conducted an attack promoting a cryptocurrency scam. The hacked accounts included…
Working From Home In A Coronavirus World
Is your business ready for the Coronavirus? As the virus spreads across the UK the number of remote workers is increasing. It’s imperative that organisations prepare their IT systems. Here, we look at the best tricks and tips to help your staff work effectively from home.
Ransomers Demand £4.6m After Travelex Hack
Learn more about Travelex’s recent cyber attack, which has brought their online system to a standstill.
Libra: Concerns About Facebook’s New Digital Currency
It’s likely that you’ve heard about Facebook’s proposed digital currency in recent weeks. The company claims that Libra would allow people to exchange money on a worldwide scale, with the same ease of sending a…
Google Chrome Makes Extensions More Secure
A much needed privacy update With a market share of nearly 70%, Google Chrome is the world’s biggest web browser. As well as its speed and simplicity, Chrome is also favoured because of its extensive…
NCSC Reveals the World’s Worst Passwords
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has recently published a list of the 100,000 most hacked passwords in the world. Find out whether yours are on the list, and take a look at our password recommendations to help keep your accounts safe.
Google Announces a New Tool to Help You Identify Fake Websites
The internet can often be a dangerous place. With cyberattacks and email scams on the rise, users are becoming more and more cautious when doing their online shopping, internet banking and other finance-related activities. A…
Why You Shouldn’t Always Click Allow on Downloaded Apps
With the introduction of GDPR, we’re now bombarded with pop-ups on every app and website we use asking us to consent or allow tech giants to use our data. Though these apps are often free…
Google Plus to Close Due to Security Breach
Yet another digital organisation has become victim to security breaches, and as a result, the organisation is due to close over the coming months. Google announced this week that they will be ‘sunsetting’ their social…
How a No Deal Brexit Will Affect How Organisations Use Personal Data
It seems like a lifetime ago that the UK voted to leave the European Union back in June 2016, and since then there have been negotiations to get the best Brexit deal for the UK….
TSB IT Outage Scandal: How to Deal With IT Failures
The TSB IT outage has been ongoing since April and just last weekend the bank was hit with another IT meltdown which affected millions of customers and forced the CEO, Paul Pester, to step down….
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