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The Holiday Phish: 39% of Employees Gave Away their Passwords in this Simulation

It’s half past four on a Thursday afternoon. You’re getting through your last tasks of the day, when you receive a new email. It has an alluring title:

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The Role of Human Error in Successful Cyber Security Breaches

There’s not a single person alive who never makes mistakes. In fact, making mistakes is a core part of the human experience - it is how we grow and learn. Yet in cyber security, human mistakes are far too often overlooked.

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Top 5 Physical Security Risks - And How to Protect Your Business

Antivirus won’t stop a physical attack. While many businesses are starting to wake up to the cyber risks posed by phishing and malware, it is essential that physical security is not neglected. Without appropriate protection measures in place, your business is left vulnerable to physical threats.

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What is a Phishing Email? (With Examples)

Phishing scams have been making a lot of headlines recently. But what exactly is phishing, what does a phishing email look like, and how do you protect your business from employee phishing attacks?

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Why Cyber Incidents in the Finance Sector Grew by 1,000% Last Year

Cyber crime is rampant. The Financial Conduct Authority has just revealed that in 2018 cyber incidents in the UK financial sector grew by over 1,000% compared to the previous year. What was behind that incredible spike? Let’s take a look. 

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9 Reasons Why Security Awareness Training is a Top MSP Investment

Cyber breaches can prove expensive for MSPs. Re-installing operating systems, restoring data from backups and wasting hours on support are all costs that no MSP wants to deal with. Here's how to save money and time by enrolling your clients onto an SAT 

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5 Things Every Small Business Needs to Know About Passwords

All businesses are vulnerable to cyber breaches. Whether your company is a startup running from a garage or an independent bookshop, a security breach can be costly - or even the end of your business.

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Why This Week's GDPR Fines Are Only the Beginning

The ICO is not messing around. Within the span of just two days, the regulator has announced its intent to hand out fines of £183m and £99m to British Airways and Marriott Hotels respectively.

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Five Ways to Reduce Human Error in Your Business

If you’ve read our article on the role of human error in cyber security breaches, you’ll know that human error is the leading cause of over 90% of breaches. That’s a frightening statistic, but also a highly useful one.

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The Guide to Effective Compliance Training

Staff training is an essential component of regulatory compliance. Providing the correct training, however, can be costly and time-consuming, especially for small-to-medium businesses.

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The Guide to ISO 27001 Security Awareness Training

There are many different standards and regulations that require organisations to have information security awareness and education programs.

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Photos of 100,000 Travellers Stolen in CBP Data Breach

On Monday, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency confirmed that photos of up to a 100,000 travellers have been exposed in a data breach.

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Why Are Employee Social Engineering Attacks so Successful?

Social engineering was and still remains a dangerous threat to companies. But what is it that makes these social engineering attacks so successful?

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