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5 Passwords Hackers Can Guess in Less Than a Second

When it comes to generating a strong password, a concerning number of people are uninformed or don’t act on the guidance that’s out there. Cyber security is vital for businesses, and it’s important for personal accounts too. In this post, we’re looking at the top five least-secure passwords and three easy tips on creating a

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Email Security Best Practices for Businesses

Despite the popularity of video conferencing and work-focused instant messaging services, email remains a fundamental element of most businesses in the UK. The importance of cyber security in business cannot be overstated, and email security best practices should not be overlooked. In this post, we’re looking at some email security best practices for employees and

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The Difference Between Phishing and Pharming

Phishing and pharming are two of the most malicious threats in cyberspace and aim to acquire their victim’s sensitive information, both personal and work-related. These scams can happen to anyone, so knowing what these two tactics are and what they do is essential in protecting your sensitive information. We have a dedicated blog post to

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The Most Secure Online Meeting Platforms for Remote Working

At the heart of every organisation is the protection of its data and people. So, whether your team is often working remotely, has staff across multiple locations, or simply prefers a video conference call to a phone call or email, it is essential to know the most secure virtual meeting platforms on the market. This

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How to Avoid Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware is a type of malware (a combination of the words ‘malicious’ and ‘software’) that, once embedded within a computer, can spread throughout a network and encrypt the data. This means that you lose all access to your data and the attacker will charge a ransom payment to ostensibly give you the data back. However,

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