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Best Foot Forward: IT Essentials for Startups

2018-05-23T09:41:40+00:00 May 23rd, 2018|Technology News|

Startups companies are appearing everywhere. Since the global recession, millions of people in the UK have decided that they would rather work for themselves, than work for someone else. Despite improvements in the global and national economy, this trend shows no signs of slowing down. In 2015, 608,100 new businesses were incorporated, up 4.6% on [...]

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The Cost of Continuity: Could Your Business Handle an Unexpected Disaster?

2018-05-23T09:34:15+00:00 May 23rd, 2018|Business Continuity, Tips and Advice|

We like to think, “Oh it won’t happen to us,” but when you are unprepared, it can be difficult to bounce back from a disaster. From fires to floods, heavy snowfall to a cyber attack; how would your business cope? Are you prepared? Have you imagined what would happen and how soon you would get [...]

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May 2018: A Game Changing Month for Data

2018-05-23T09:33:32+00:00 May 23rd, 2018|Compliance, Tips and Advice|

From “I’m sorry to see you go”, to “Urgent: Take action NOW!”, inboxes around the world are awash with panicked attempts to comply with GDPR and hold onto as many customer contact details as possible. Some companies, such as JD Wetherspoon, opted to save itself the trouble and deleted the entire database. They made more [...]

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Is 2018 Set To Be The Worst Year Yet For Cybercrime?

2018-06-06T11:47:33+00:00 April 26th, 2018|Security and Threats|

New research shows that 2018 could be the worst year so far for cybercrime. In 2015, ransomware costs businesses $5 billion. Analysts are expecting this to reach $11 billion in 2018, with this trend showing no sign of slowing down. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts in 2020 that businesses could be attacked every 14 seconds. Some analysts [...]

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Biometrics: The Future of Data and Cyber Security?

2018-04-26T17:45:46+00:00 April 26th, 2018|Security and Threats|

Personal data is power. Decades ago, to steal data criminals would have to break in and take physical files or download data onto floppy disks or burn onto CD. Now our data is taken from social media profiles, emails, from hacking into organisations' systems and data stores, and by intercepting data from our mobile devices. [...]

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Why your anti-virus is getting smarter

2018-03-28T11:26:49+00:00 March 28th, 2018|Security and Threats|

Anti-virus software needs to get smarter, quickly. Traditional antivirus software can’t keep pace with today’s rising tide of threats.  From shady state actors to cybercriminals and hackers, the size, volume and complexity of threats facing organisations is getting worse. Much anti-virus (AV) technology simply isn’t smart enough to catch every threat. Even with the most [...]

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What to look for when outsourcing your business continuity plan

2018-03-28T11:32:25+00:00 March 28th, 2018|Tips and Advice|

Business continuity is mission critical. Without a plan for what happens should systems go down, or if disaster strikes, it could cost your business a small fortune. When we think of potential disasters, we often imagine war, earthquakes or terrorism. We don't often consider the more mundane, which is why many businesses are unprepared for [...]

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Keep your smartphone secure: 5 top tips for professionals

2018-04-12T17:24:19+00:00 March 27th, 2018|Tips and Advice|

Data is a precious commodity. Especially in regulated industries. Cybercriminals will do anything they can to grab the secrets off your smartphone. Professionals in regulated sectors, such as legal and financial services, have come to rely on their smartphones. Financial and legal firms often provide staff with a work mobile, whether you are underwriting mortgages [...]

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