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Cyber-crime profits reached £2.7Bn during 2019

By Jamie Locke  /  February 20, 2020
Cybercrime is an ever-increasing threat to our modern society Cybercrime is something that the majority of us do not see...

How attackers can now deliver an arsenal of malware

By Jamie Collins  /  February 10, 2020
Security researchers at Cybereason have discovered how attackers are abusing a vulnerability in code management software BitBucket, and it is...

Small things that can drastically improve your businesses security

By Jamie Collins  /  January 27, 2020
When businesses look to improve security, the majority look at large, costly, technical changes which could be completely unnecessary. Yes...

Is ransomware still a threat?

By Jamie Collins  /  January 16, 2020
Two years ago we were all aware of the term ‘computer virus’, but in May 2017 the majority of people...

Dropbox Zero-Day Vulnerability

By Jamie Locke  /  December 23, 2019
Dropbox Zero-Day Vulnerability In mid-September a vulnerability was unearthed within the DropboxUpdater service by security researchers Decoder and Chris Danieli....

Christmas Royal Mail Scam

By Jamie Locke  /  December 17, 2019
Royal Mail iPhone 11 Pro scam Recently, due to Christmas fast approaching and last minute shopping becoming more popular with...
“Employees make decisions every day that negatively affects their business’s security…As a result, we have known for a while that, to protect organizations, employees need online street smarts. However, the problem is that some in the industry treat employee awareness as a training concern or one-time activity. It is not. It is an ongoing cultural problem.”
– Wolfgang Goerlich, Cyber Security Strategist