Uber knew it was the victim of a data breach in October 2016, but made no move to notify the proper authorities. Those whose personal details, the likes of names and email addresses, were snatched, weren’t made aware either.
A look at minimising the risk of phishing attacks as the numbers continue to grow, affecting businesses and individuals alike.
It’s summertime! Which also means it’s a time for family, fun and travel. The chances are, you’ll be taking your laptop wherever you go, and of course, you’ll be taking your smartphone – do not forget to be cyber-safe.
When it comes to business cyber attacks, we have found that organisations are often confident in the defences they have in place.
For those looking to implement GDPR ahead of time, here’s a quick round up of the steps you should be looking to take.
Organisations are only as strong as their weakest link. The National Cyber Security Centre must ensure companies develop a strategy to equip their IT teams.
It may seem overwhelming, but tackling the EU GDPR strategically and logically will make the task more manageable for businesses.
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In the last 12 months, it has become abundantly clear that cyber security threats are a business concern, not an IT or PR issue.
Businesses globally, regardless of size and industry, rely on the internet for day-to-day activity – but IoT attacks (Internet of Things) present a real threat to SMEs as well as large firms.
Last week, a beautiful thing happened as I found my LinkedIn account being hacked.
Complex passwords are more of a hindrance than a help, according to the NCSC, but the onus should already be on IT departments to build an all-encompassing and secure IT infrastructure