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Don’t get caught out this winter

Did you know that winter is prime phishing season? According to a new report from F5 Labs, fraud incidents jump up as much as 50 per cent during October, November and December. This means that [...]

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Microsoft moves closer towards killing off passwords for good

Microsoft has now made it possible for users to log into their Microsoft account without needing to use a password at all. How do passwordless log-ins work? This passwordless user authentication [...]

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Why BYOD could be a major security risk for your organisation

It is fair to say that digital devices are essential for the day to day operations of a company. With more and more employees working remotely or on the move,personal devices have become the [...]

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Could a data breach cost you your customers?

According to Ping Identity, customers are making drastic changes to how they interact with brands online, particularly when it comes to safeguarding their personal data and privacy. Based on a [...]

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How a cyber attack could stop a country

Our homes and cities are getting smarter by the day. Faster broadband and the internet of things (IoT) mean that gadgets are collecting, transmitting and sharing usefuldata with each other at all [...]

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Should weak passwords be banned?

Weak passwords are definitely discouraged by some major sites in the UK, but ultimately it is left to the user to decide on their own password, or they are given a simple default. Well, news has [...]

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Warning – Fake shopping sites on the rise

Look-alike shopping domains are the latest type of cyber-attack to target online shoppers. There are currently more than 6,400 digital certificates for look-alike domains, which is 168% more than [...]

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IOT malware is on the increase

According to recent reports, not even your washing machine is safe from new malware threats. The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a hotspot for malware threats, Kaspersky Lab’s newest report [...]

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Equifax fined by ICO over data breach

The credit rating agency Equifax is being fined £500,000 after failing to protect personal data for over 15 million people in the UK. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) are taking action [...]

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The Number One Source for Cyber Criminals

It may come as a surprise that the number one source of malware used to catch unsuspecting users is spam emails. It is certainly an old trick as spam emails have been doing the rounds for 40 [...]