Disaster Prevention

Hot Weather & Hardware

In this tech-insight, we look how extreme heat can affect IT hardware and what measures you can take to keep the equipment cool and prevent damage.  High Temperatures  Hot weather UK-style is not normally a problem. With an average temperature here of about 14 °C, temperatures over 30 °C are a fairly rare […]

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Pegasus Spyware Discovered In Downing Street

By Mike Knight The University of Toronto’s Citizen Lab has reported finding evidence that Pegasus spyware was being used to listen-in on UK government networks for 10 Downing Street and the Foreign and Commonwealth Offices (FCO) in 2020 and 2021.  Pegasus  Pegasus spyware is sold by Israeli-based NSO Group to […]

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3% of users responsible for 92% of breaches

By Mike Knight A report by Security Company ‘Elevate’ has revealed that 3% of users are responsible for 92% of malware events for businesses, indicating that a small number of users create the most risk. 2016 to 2021 ‘The Size and Shape of Workforce Risk’ report, conducted on data provided […]

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Friday Afternoon Fraud

The Conveyancing Scam One of the most recent forms of cyber attack is on the rise and is rapidly making it’s way into small to medium businesses. The ‘Conveyancing Scam’ or ‘Friday Afternoon’ fraud – so called as hackers take advantage of the busy day and where transactions can be […]

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