As lockdown restrictions continue to ease across the UK, businesses are starting to consider a return to work — at least part time. But this will create a totally new situation for many firms: A hybrid working environment that exists between work and home, adding significant cyber security risks.
Despite the ongoing threat of cyber attacks, security awareness training remains a major challenge for management teams. But, why is security awareness training important?
As employees prepare to return to the office, cybercriminals have been quick to take advantage of the situation, leading to a surge in phishing attacks.
As workforces continue to work from home for the foreseeable future, fraudsters have shifted their focus to target remote workers with a VPN configuration scam.
Cyber Security awareness is a critical business issue for every organisation. However, it is quite simply essential in the healthcare sector, where data is particularly sensitive.
Following the launch of the highly anticipated Disney+, subscribers are being warned of a vicious email scam that attempts to harvest their personal information.
As anti-racism marches and rallies take place across the world, opportunistic fraudsters have turned their attention to the Black Lives Matter movement, in an attempt to exploit the public.
In the latest spate of COVID-19 related phishing scams, Microsoft has warned users about a new phishing campaign which uses malicious Excel macros to obtain remote access.
As individuals and businesses become increasingly reliant on video conferencing to stay connected during the Covid-19 outbreak, fraudsters have used the opportunity to target users with a malicious Zoom phishing scam.
By taking the correct steps to improve employees’ Cyber Security awareness, organisations can help to educate, and empower employees to change their behaviours and protect the company from potential risk.
In this time of uncertainty, Covid-19 has led to a surge in cyber attacks, phishing scams and malicious activity, making Cyber Security awareness more important than ever.
As people and businesses have become increasingly reliant on video conferencing to stay connected during the coronavirus crisis, users should be aware of the security risks and how to overcome them.
A new phishing scam is in circulation which pretends to be from a local hospital and informs recipients that they have been exposed to the coronavirus.
With the right precautions, users can learn how to live alongside their smart speakers successfully and safely. To secure your smart speaker when working remotely, there are a several steps to take.
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…