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Microsoft gives customers free OneDrive vault with extra security

Microsoft take the privacy of their customers’ data and storage very seriously, so much so that they are giving users a OneDrive Personal Vault, with extra layers of security. When it comes to [...]

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A rise in CEO email scams to steal company funds

An email from your CEO will always stand out above all general emails. As the most important member of the company, employees feel they should be extra diligent and take care of what is being [...]

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Microsoft is changing the lives of people with Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s disease can cause tremors so severe that patients can’t write or eat properly. It is a disease that is renowned for its relentless physical symptoms. Now Haiyan Zhang, a Microsoft [...]

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What’s more likely in England: Rain or a data breach?

Over the past year, there have been more data breaches in the UK than there have been rainy days. This fact shows the severity of the current risk that businesses are in, but what are the main [...]

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A rise in BEC attacks means worryingly low levels of email security

Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks have increased by a huge 80%, according to the latest quarterly ESRA report from Mimecast. This is compared to last year’s report which caught 41,605 [...]

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What to expect when Alexa and Cortana join forces

This week will see the integration of Microsoft’s and Amazon’s digital assistants, when it’s offered to users throughout the US. First demonstrated earlier this year at Microsoft’s Build [...]

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Remote workers are being let down by UK businesses

According to new studies carried out by One Pulse and Owl Labs, UK businesses aren’t doing enough to support their remote workers.  It states that more than half of those workers feel that their [...]

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HMRC caught up in data breach scandal involving the voice ID of 5 million taxpayers

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs have found themselves in the headlines this week following an accusation that they have taken the voice ID of 5 million tax payers – without their consent. When [...]

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Top threats every SME owner should know about

The smaller the business, the bigger the threat Results from The Government’s 2018 Cyber Security Breaches Survey stated that last year, almost 50% of businesses in the UK were victim of a cyber [...]

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Huge data breach in Greenwich University sees the London Institute faced with a crippling £120,000 fine

The University of Greenwich hit headlines earlier this week when it was reported that the ICO had hit them with a £120,000 fine. The fine landed as a result of a ‘serious’ data breach involving [...]

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