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Five notable examples of advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks

Advanced persistent threat attacks can be traced as far back at the 1980s, with notable examples including The Cuckoo’s Egg, which documents the discovery and hunt for a hacker who had broken into Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In...

19 August 2015

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City Police explain how to spot a bogus business masquerading as respectable

Trendy suits, smart offices and confidence  Every day of the week, educated professionals hand over huge sums of their hard earned cash to people they believe are highly respectable, only to discover at a later date the individual and their...

11 June 2015

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How to improve your business data security

The Sony hack, the USIS leak, the JP Morgan credit card leaks, the iCloud celebrity photo hacks – these are just a few of the big profile hacks that took place in 2014. If the last year has taught us anything, it’s that businesses will...

21 May 2015

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What is your business’s greatest cyber threat?

In the past year, cyberattacks have littered our new feeds, displaying the high cost of a corporate hack. To tackle this top-of-mind IT issue we’ve reproduced, with the kind permission of Modis, an infographic explaining your...

26 March 2015

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Do organisations with poor data protection lack respect for their customers or employees?

Do organisations which enable their customer or employee data to be accessed by unauthorised parties disrespect their customers or employees? I would argue that they do, whether the cause is poor practice, lack of training, ineffective data (or...

21 January 2015

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Protecting your company’s credit card information

With massive consumer and credit fraud making headlines across the pond, a recent report shows UK businesses aren’t immune to the same style of privacy breaches reported by US giants Home Depot, Target, and JP Morgan. Recent surveys are...

24 November 2014

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Cyber attack: how it put me out of business

Lee Moore is a businesswoman and writer who experienced a prolonged and traumatic cyber attack by a supplier between August 2013 and March 2014. It happened because she did not understand the cyber threats to her business nor have a cybersecurity...

10 November 2014

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Password management for business

A data security breach isn’t something that only happens to other businesses: tens of thousands of websites around the world are hacked every day with each breach costing UK SMB’s an estimated £35,000 to £65,000. The tools...

27 October 2014

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