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Uh-oh, did someone just click a bad link?

I’ve written (and recorded tech tip videos) before on what to do if you or a staff member clicks on a malicious link, and even how to spot them.  But how do you stop malicious emails from entering your email systems in t...

What is 2FA?

I bet the first question you have is what does 2FA even stand for?  Two Factor Authentication (also known as Multi Factor Authentication MFA) is a system used to secure all types of different accounts, from online accoun...

The 3 scams you need to know about

Cyber criminals are getting smarter by the day, and new scams are emerging all the time.  While the details of these new scams may be different, many of them follow similar patterns. Below are three common types of scam ...

Lockdown 2.0

So today we enter another lockdown, which could potentially bring the same issues to your workforce that you may have encountered back in March.  Lots of business have upgraded their systems to allow for a hybrid working...

Our Top Tips to finish Cyber Security Month

Over the past month we have been sending out weekly educational blogs, videos and emails to help you understand how important cyber security is to your business, and why you need to take it very seriously. We covered thr...

How to spot a phishing email

If your inbox is anything like mine then you will be receiving multiple phishing  emails a day, especially if you do not have a spam filter in place.  So how easy is it to spot a phishing email?  We’ve put together some ...

Your systems are only as secure as your least tech savvy employee

You may be in a great position within your company where you think you have robust security systems that block malicious websites and emails, but no system is ever 100% effective.  They cannot be by their very nature, as...

Do you really know how secure your systems are?

Hacks are so much more subtle now than a few years ago, so could you confidently say that you would know if your business systems had been hacked?  Hacks can come in many forms, from malicious emails pretending to be fro...

Everyone’s passwords are for sale on the dark web

Thousands of businesses across the southwest have had their passwords stolen – and they’re all up for sale on the dark web. And now local businesses need to take greater steps to protect themselves, and stop hackers from...

Will the Death of Internet Explorer cripple specialist apps in your businesses?

Microsoft’s recently announced that Internet Explorer will start to die next month – and that will cause a unique problem for a small number of businesses.  The 25-year-old web browser will no longer be supported from No...