Warning Over Coronavirus Netflix Scam

As millions of people around the world go into lockdown, fraudsters have launched a devious new Netflix scam that claims to give away free subscription passes for the platform. The scam has been perfectly timed to exploit the current surge in people turning to streaming services during the isolation period.…

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How to Secure your Home Wi-Fi Network when Working Remotely

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, millions of workers across the world have had to make the rapid transition to working remotely. This brings with it a host of new challenges, not to mention the increased risk of cyber attacks. In a recent survey conducted by threatpost, 40 percent…

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Coronavirus – Top Tips to Work Cyber Safely from Home

Global concerns over the rapidly spreading coronavirus (COVID-19), has meant that many organisations have had to instruct their employees to work from home. Since the World Health Organisation declared Coronavirus a global pandemic, there has been a concerted effort to contain the spread of the virus and reduce infection. To…

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Scam of the Week: Fraudsters Cash in on Flybe Collapse

Flybe passengers are being warned to watch out for scams as fraudsters attempt to capitalise on the airline’s collapse. Europe’s largest regional airline collapsed into administration on Thursday 5 March, leaving many passengers stuck in cities throughout the UK and Europe. As passengers attempt to recoup lost money, fraudsters are…

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How to Deal with Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware is undoubtedly one of the biggest cyber threats affecting organisations around the world today. Hackers have changed their tactics and rather than target everyday consumers, they are chasing the money and focusing their attention on businesses where there is a much higher return on investment. Ransomware attacks against businesses…

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Scam of the Week: Warning Over Huge Rise in DVLA Scams

The DVLA has urged motorists to be extra vigilant after it reported a huge rise in scams across the UK. New figures compiled by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) revealed a 20% increase in online scams, with 1,538 reported scams during the last three months of 2019. The…

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5 damaging consequences of a data breach

5 Damaging Consequences of a Data Breach

Data breaches continue to dominate headlines around the world. Despite a greater emphasis being placed on data security, cybercriminals are continually finding new ways to circumvent defences to gain access to valuable corporate data. Whether it’s through sophisticated social engineering techniques, malware or supply chain attacks, cybercriminals are trying every…

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