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Author: Russell Gower-Leech, Cybersecurity Manager


Why your business needs Cyber Essentials

Cyber Essentials is an effective, Government backed scheme that will help you to protect organisations whatever their size, against a whole range of the most common cyber attacks.

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Whats good got to do with it? Security awareness training

I recently went to the International Cyber Expo (ICE) for the first time and attended a talk by Dr Jason Nurse. The talk was on the study they conducted on the behaviours and attitudes towards Security Awareness Training.

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QR Codes

Cyber crooks are always on on the look out for new and effective ways to beat security systems and people to steal. There is a growing trend of criminals using QR codes as part of their phishing campaigns, specifically trying to steal Microsoft credentials.

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Microsoft 365 phishing attack

The cyber criminals are at it again! 😡 They are now using Microsoft's Rights Management Services (RMS) to steal credentials!

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Windows Server 2012: How you can prepare for end-of-support

From 10 October 2023, Microsoft will no longer be providing support or updates to the 2012 and 2012 R2 servers.

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Microsoft Outlook vulnerability

You may have seen in the news that Microsoft has identified a particularly nasty Outlook vulnerability.

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Being asked to install or update tools

Are you being asked to install or update one of our tools, are you sure it's us!?

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Easy-to-implement cybersecurity fixes for SME/SMBs

Cybersecurity needn’t be a daunting task. Here are some easy-to-implement cybersecurity practices that can be done at little to no cost for your business

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Cyber Security? It’s essential

When you hear ‘cyber security’ you may start to nod off – unless you’re me! But the fact is cyber security is essential for business.

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Don’t fall for a Tinder Swindler this Valentine’s Day

There are a few different names this blight goes by with 'Cat Phishing' and 'Romance Scams' being the most common. Let’s talk about what these are, how they work and how you could help yourself return those criminal Valentine’s to sender.

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How can your business cyber security be strengthened with OSINT?

OSINT is an acronym for Open Source Intelligence. Essentially gathering and using information freely scattered about the interweb. How could this help a business in terms of  Cyber Security?

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Log4J vulnerability: What it is and what to do about it

There have been some interesting developments in the security world over the last few days which we wanted to make you aware of. A recent vulnerability was published in a Java based log processing tool (Log4J) which has been assigned the highest severity rating.

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