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NCSC launches response & recovery guide for SMEs

June 12th 2019 The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published guidance for small businesses looking to prepare their response to and plan their recovery from a cyber incident. -  Response and Recovery guide offers a...

12 June 2019


New SME cybersecurity toolkit launched

February 19th 2019 The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) and Mastercard have today released a new Cybersecurity Toolkit specifically designed for small and medium sized businesses. This free online resource is available worldwide and offers...

19 February 2019


‘Fake boss’ scams highlighted in Fraudstars awareness campaign

September 4th 2018 Half a million businesses impacted by 'fake boss' scams: legal sector most at risk. New video shows how fraudsters operate. -   Impersonation fraud is on the rise, with small and medium businesses losing an...

3 September 2018


Public lack trust in organisations’ data security

November 7th 2017 The ICO’s Deputy Commissioner will be reminding organisations to be transparent with people’s personal data after a survey revealed a significant deficit of trust that organisations must address if they want to...

7 November 2017

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Listen to our podcast on keeping your business safe online

To support Get Safe Online Week this year, we are focusing on providing small and medium sized businesses tips and advice on how to minimise the...

10 October 2022


Join the #RansomAware Movement

8 July 2021 By Amy Perez 2020 was tough, the world found itself in unfamiliar territory, we faced the challenges of remote working and while...

8 July 2021


How to reduce spam in online contact forms

Online forms are meant to help you nurture leads, boost engagement, and increase conversions. They should be part of any robust digital marketing...

27 May 2020

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