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17/10/2018

Four steps to a successful anti-phishing solution

Introduction 

Historically, cyber criminals used phishing tactics, and sent emails to try to dupe unsuspecting victims. These were mass email campaigns with a low success rate. Today, however, attackers carry out targeted and focused tactical email campaigns as part of spear phishing attacks. This …

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23/08/2018

Our Technical Services Manager is the first in the UK to achieve new SonicWall certification

Well done Dean! 

Dean Clark our Technical Services Manager has passed his exam and is now a certified SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA).

The SNSA training is designed to teach engineers SonicWall specific network security technology and the skills to successfully implement and confi…

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31/07/2018

Make your staff your primary line of defence against potential security breaches

Mark James, ESET IT Security Specialist, answers a few questions about why it’s important to teach your staff about cyber security and make them your primary line of defence against potential breaches.

How can businesses improve staff cyber security awareness?

Having good internet security with r…

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25/07/2018

When software reaches ‘End of Life’

Even software has a use by date. Microsoft announced that version 8, 9 and 10 of Internet Explorer will no longer be supported. What should you do when software goes EOL?

With the constant cycle of updates and incremental new versions of our favourite software, it’s understandable that not every v…

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13/07/2018

Improved Internet security

Google are constantly looking for ways to improve the Internet for its users.

After the most recent release of Chrome 68 in July 2018, Chrome will now mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”. This will hopefully encourage website owners to improve security and invest in HTTPS encryption.

Encryption ke…

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