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How to Keep Remote Staff Security-Minded when Working From Home

As the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, begins to circulate around the globe there is already talks of businesses implementing work from home policies.

It is hoped that by doing so, this will at least slow down the spread of the virus in places where it would thrive, cities, public transport and offices.

This is all part of a policy known as 'population-distancing' which is hoped will help slow the spread of the virus

Companies, such as Twitter have led the way. They have decided to make it mandatory for all 4,900 of their employee's to work from home. Amazon, Google and other leading tech brands have followed suit, limiting the amount of workers coming into the office.

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Coronavirus Scammers: Help your users spot Covid-19 phishing emails

As the coronavirus pandemic evolves, scammers are now using the fear of the public to capitalise on the panic as a method of stealing money and data.

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12 Security Awareness Training Topics you Need to Know in 2020

In 2020, it is becoming more important than ever to educate and train end users on cyber security best practice in the workplace. 

Increasingly sophisticated digital threats, combined with new technologies, make educating your digital workforce on cyber security

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How Simulated Phishing Exposes the True Cyber Vulnerability of Businesses

There is no shortage of cyber threats in 2020. With infectious ransomware attacks shutting businesses out of their systems, spyware stealing industrial secrets and phishing scams frauding organisations out of their money, businesses are struggling to find the right solutions to keep themselves protected.

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Social Engineering Explained: Reduce Your Employee Cyber-Security Risk

Social engineering is a form of cyber-security hacking that leverages the weakest point of any security system: the End User. Essentially, by appealing to an element of human psychology, (curiosity, incentive, fear of getting into trouble, desire to be helpful etc.) a malicious actor gains access to personal, private or business information, through what is termed "Social Engineering".

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The Guide to Effective Information Security Policies

Policies play an important role in defining an organisation. They help define the culture, values, rules and expectations of the business, which is why it is essential that they are written with care and updated regularly. Effective policy management is necessary to ensure that your organisation isn't held back by out of date and inaccessible policies

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The 2020 Guide to Security Awareness Training

Security awareness training is essential for mitigating human error - the cause behind most cyber breaches faced by businesses. Read our guide to learn how to perform training for your end users, what topics to include, and how to ensure training is truly effective in improving security outcomes.

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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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