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What To Do If You Click On A Phishing Link

More people than ever are getting caught out by phishing scams and clicking on links that are designed to steal sensitive information or infect their computer with malware. Here is what to do if you click on a phishing link.
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10 signs your smartphone has been hacked

Our smartphones often contain an enormous amount of highly sensitive and personal information.  Bearing this, and the fact that there are 2.53 billon smartphone users in
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I got 99 Problems But a Phish Ain’t One!

Cyber criminals have been ramping up their attack on Apple Customers worldwide. Users have reported a sharp increase in Phishing emails which appear to be from Apple in the form of convincing App store subscription phishing emails.
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Why You Need To Phish Your Employees
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Why You Need To Phish Your Employees

Phishing emails, quite simply, are a one-way ticket to gain access to your organisation, whether it be via your drives, network or information assets. The simple way to solve this? Do not click on the link!
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Black Friday (and How to Avoid Shopping Scams During the Shopping Holiday)
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Black Friday (and How to Avoid Shopping Scams During the Shopping Holiday)

Action Fraud have revealed that they have already received multiple reports this festive season from victims who have been sent convincing looking emails claiming to be from Amazon. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday just around the corner, we look at how to avoid shopping scams associated with the holidays.
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Ransomware: Would You Know To Unplug?
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Ransomware: Would You Know To Unplug?

Would you know to unplug or how to prevent a Ransomware attack? If not, read our blog to find out everything you need to know about Phishing’s ugly Cousin-Ransomware.
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