Online Business Privacy Privacy is connected to security and we can not separate the two notions. We protect our online business privacy by preventing our systems from communicating with dangerous online locations, but protecting our privacy actually means that we increase our security. Free Internet is a notion and a right we take for
3 simple ways to increase your digital security Nearly 40% of the world’s population (over 3 billion) have access to the internet. That means there is a huge amount of people who can fall victim to cyber crimes. Millions of dollars are spent every year by people and businesses to help
UK Cyber crime 2016 - Infographic UK businesses have reported a 22% increase in UK cyber crime in the past year, resulting in more than £1bn in losses. UK businesses reported losses of £1,079,447,765 in the past year, according to figures released by Get Safe Online and the UK’s national fraud and cyber crime
Keep business data safe with these 7 steps Can you keep business data safe and secure from hackers and malicious attacks? Will your business fall over if you lose all of your data? Have you had a complete security audit recently? Every day hackers are finding new and craftier ways of accessing or destroying your
The Dark Side Of Your Computer Common critters of all codes and sizes can be found lurking in the dark corners of unsecure applications and computers. We’ve created a list of the most common digital nasties found in the dark side of your computer that give ghosts and ghouls a run for their money.
Small business Cyber Security You’ve worked hard to build your business and make it a success. You’re probably using a range of IT equipment and using the internet to advertise your business and sell online. The internet brings huge business opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Every day there are cyber attacks
Five Great Questions To Ask Your ISP You're not sure you're getting the best deal from your internet service provider - but you're wary of having a conversation full of tech gobbledygook. So we have written down below five crucial questions to ask your ISP. 1. "Up
Is Your Business Ready For A Cyber Attack? According to the annual Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) from NTT Com Security, suggests that your business may be unprepared and has no formal plan to respond to cyber attack security incidents. Analysing global threat trends since 2013, the 2016 report reveals that there has
A Small Business Guide to Selecting The Right ISP Poor internet quality, or a costly service, can hinder a small business no end. So make sure you're going with the best possible provider. Being online is business critical to many companies, so what questions should you be asking your internet service provider (ISP) to
EU Referendum: The Internet erupts in wake of the UK’s decision Wales’ largest independent Internet Service Provider, Spectrum Internet discovered a surge of UK internet traffic this morning due to the results of the EU referendum. The traffic was double what it would normally be during the night, when usually businesses back up their data.