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The phishing expedition

The phishing expedition

9th July 2014

It’s as easy for hackers to phish out your business’ personal data as it is to sit in a canoe on a still pond, cast the bait and wait for the fish to bite. 

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Why security should be top of mind when creating a business

Why security should be top of mind when creating a business

9th July 2014

The to-do list for launching a new business is incredibly long and labor intensive. Consequently, security tasks usually fall by the wayside for reasons like lack of funds, resources or know-how.

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How to avoid getting hacked (infographic)

How to avoid getting hacked (infographic)

8th July 2014

The infographic below illustrates the most common ways hackers access data and the mistakes consumers make that leave them vulnerable to becoming victims.

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Fraudsters hacking into phone lines

Fraudsters hacking into phone lines

8th July 2014

The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) is warning small to medium-sized businesses, schools, charities and medical/dental practices of a PBX fraud - where fraudsters hack into phone lines and make premium rate calls costing thousands

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Five arrested over fake government websites

Five arrested over fake government websites

7th July 2014

Five people have been arrested over fake Government websites created to con people out of money.

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Homemovers open to ID theft threat, says Royal Mail

Homemovers open to ID theft threat, says Royal Mail

7th July 2014

Many people moving home are putting themselves at risk of ID fraud by failing to tell their financial service providers their new address.

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Cybersecurity: Your country needs (200,000 of) you

Cybersecurity: Your country needs (200,000 of) you

4th July 2014

A government-backed Open University course will aim to inspire 200,000 people to take up careers in cybersecurity from September this year.

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Millions hit by Microsoft cybercrime action

Millions hit by Microsoft cybercrime action

4th July 2014

Traffic to millions of servers has been disrupted as Microsoft seeks to shut down persistent cybercriminals.

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Council tax refund scam emails

Council tax refund scam emails

3rd July 2014

Fraudsters are sending scam emails claiming residents are eligible to a refund on their council tax

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Can you influence what your employees ‘Like’ and tweet?

Can you influence what your employees ‘Like’ and tweet?

3rd July 2014

Social media is undeniably one of the biggest community revolutions of modern times. We can access our friends and associates on computer or by simply switching on our smartphones. And we are doing it avidly at home, in the pub, at the cinema, and, now more than...

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