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Latest Post - Phishing prevention tips

Phishing is one of the most common Cyber attack methods - it is important for businesses to protect themselves against attacks. In this post we will suggest a few phishing recommendations to prevent phishing attacks. Number 1 - Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Multi-factor authentication (MFA) or two-factor authentication (2FA) are increasingly being made mandatory by organisations as they try to counteract the prevalence of phishing attacks and automated bot networks orchestrating credential stuffing attacks. A key example of how effective 2FA is – In 2017 Google made it mandatory that all of its employees use 2FA security methods and issued nearly all of its employees with...
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Phishing prevention tips
January 20th, 2022
Categories: Security
Phishing is one of the most common Cyber attack methods - it is important for businesses to protect themselves against attacks. In this post we will suggest a few phishing recommendations to prevent p...
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Free download – Decoding modern day phishing attacks
November 15th, 2021
Categories: IT Support, Security, Tech
Since many companies have made the shift too remote working this has further increased the possibility of Phishing Attacks on company infrastructure. Many companies have had to quickly adapt t...
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Computer feeling a bit slow? Few tips to speeding your PC up
October 26th, 2021
There are several factors as to why your computer might be feeling slow. We'll explain a few reasons why. And how you could speed things up. Not enough RAM -
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Why you should be wary of using to many WordPress plugins on your site
September 6th, 2021
One of the biggest things about Wordpress is the vast number of plugins available to download. You can think of a Wordpress plugin like downloading apps on your iPhone - With a maj...
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Why does my site need an SSL certificate?
August 20th, 2021
You might be thinking - Why does my site need an SSL certificate? What does it do? No matter how simple your site is, if you don't have an SSL certificate associated to it - your s...
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Why training staff on cyber security is important to your business
August 10th, 2021
Staff are often the cause of security issues, including costly data breaches. Ensuring employees have been trained to understand and identify security standards, best practices and regulations can be ...
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The new Whatsapp hacking scam – And how to protect your account
May 19th, 2021
In the last few years the the Facebook-owned messaging platform Whatsapp has been in the media for security issues. However there is a new WhatsApp hack doing the rounds. And its stupidly simple to ex...
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Think your data is safe in Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud? Think again
March 5th, 2021
So your whole company uses Microsoft 365 – All your data is stored in the cloud, so it must mean its safe and secure right? After all it is Microsoft we talking about. Think again!
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Do we need Cyber Essentials accreditation?
February 22nd, 2021
Categories: IT Support, Security
We are often asked by our clients, ‘Why is Cyber Essentials important?’ and do we need Cyber Essentials Certification? Whether you need the Cyber Essentials accreditation or not completely depends...
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What does the FCA consider to be “effective cyber security practice?”
January 29th, 2021
Whats effective cyber security practice? Risk management You need to know what info you hold and why you ...
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Is your business protected by multi-factor authentication (2FA)? It needs to be…
September 7th, 2020
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) or two-factor authentication (2FA) are increasingly being made mandatory by organisations as they try to counteract the prevalence of phishing attacks and au...
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