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20th November – Weekly Cyber Security Roundup standard

Cyber crime In the light of recent events, cyber crime has been at the forefront of technology news. In recent times, the safety of information online has been increasingly more vulnerable. So it is important to keep yourself protected. According to a recent government report, within the last 12 months 81% of UK businesses have had a security breech. Many businesses may think that it would not happen to them but the risks are not to be underestimated according to a government official. Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude said: “The cyber threat remains one of the most significant – and growing – risks facing UK business.” A survey from the Office of National statistics states that last year alone there ...

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31st July – Weekly Cyber Security Roundup standard

This week, there is an emphasis on business owners investing the right amount of time and resources into the security of the companies; trying to be self sufficient can have both positive and negative impacts, depending on the company’s situation.   Bosses wasting more than 3-weeks a year on do-it-yourself IT A study by Altodigital has showed that bosses of SME’s are in fact wasting more than three weeks of their own time each year by attempting to manage their IT rather than outsourcing it. http://talkbusinessmagazine.co.uk/2015/07/02/bosses-wasting-more-than-3-weeks-a-year-on-do-it-yourself-it/   It’s Time to Change How We Think About SSL/TLS “We’ve seen a rising tide of hacks in recent years, occurring in part because most businesses have no clue how to smartly manage their certificate ...

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10th July – Weekly Cyber Security Roundup standard

This week’s security round up focuses attention on the highly debated issue of encryption on a national scale as the prime minister himself calls for more powers to be given to the police and intelligence services in an attempt to curb the threat of cyber terrorism. Alongside David Cameron, we also found security professionals urging businesses to consider the implications of moving over to SIP trunking without always taking security into consideration. Ask any business leader whether they would be concerned if their confidential business plans discussed over the phone with a colleague were wire-tapped then the resulting answer would probably be “YES!” We recommend our SIP Encrypt service to any organisation who deals with confidential or sensitive information over ...

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