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What is an SSL certificate and how do I know if I’ve got one?

What is an SSL certificate and how do I know if I’ve got one? In this post: -  The difference between http and https. -  An SSL certificate ensures your connection is secure. -  Having an SSL is good for user trust and SEO. Have...

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New update options for businesses using Microsoft 365

In this post: -   Office 365 rebranded as Microsoft 365. -   New Monthly Enterprise update channel available now. -   Other update channels rolling out 9th June. Microsoft, who recently rebranded Office 365 to Microsoft 365 (more on that below), have also now...

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You can now report suspicious emails to help shutdown scams

If you have received emails that you suspect are phishing attempts you can report them to the National Cyber Security Centre, part of GCHQ, using the email report@phishing.gov.uk With many of us working from home in the current crisis there is an ever-present threat from...

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Is Zoom safe to use and what alternative software is out there?

In recent months video conferencing software has become one of the main ways we communicate. Leading the way has been Zoom, with its free plan and easy to use app. Meetings and social gatherings alike are taking place on the software or others like it....

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Onsite vs. The Cloud

Storing data is serious business. The question is where is the best place to store your company’s data? Much of the internet now operates through The Cloud and many individuals will use some form of cloud storage whether they specifically asked for it or not....

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Cyber Security Tools for Working Remotely

For a lot of employees, working from home means more than just video conferencing. There are a few other tools we think you should know about. Over the last few weeks you’ve probably seen some good lists of tools that improve working from home. Task...

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Staying healthy and productive when working from home.

How are you finding your new working situation? So, you’re working from home. This is a pretty small ask compared to what some workers are facing during the current crisis, but it can be difficult. Our productivity and overall happiness when working from home is...

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How do you protect against phishing attacks? Try Mimecast.

Mimecast – not to be confused with Minecraft – is a comprehensive cyber security solution which tackles email borne phishing attacks and much more. And just like the video game Minecraft, which is probably your son or daughter’s favourite piece of software, Mimecast will soon...

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Patch It Chewie! Why you need Remote Access Management in your business.

An essential part of any business’s cybersecurity protocol has to be remote access management. You’re going to feel much safer knowing what’s going on under the hood and on the desktop of your employee’s PC’s. A remote management and monitoring platform provides you with a...

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How to use Multi-Factor Authentication to make your business secure.

‘Please enter the OTP we’ve sent to your phone.’ ‘Where were you born?’ ‘We need to access your location.’ We’re assuming you’ve come across some of these requests when entering an account and perhaps greeted them with an eye roll. After all, how hard does...

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Are Phishing Attacks still a threat?

  Are Phishing Attacks still a threat? With a third of all data breaches last year down to phishing - yes. This oddly named form of cyber-attack remains a big threat to users everywhere. For those who don’t know, phishing is where a user is...

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You can’t afford not to have a firewall.

  Here’s why. We’re guessing you’ve probably heard of firewalls. In computers of course. We deal with people’s IT, not their fires after all. Thank God. Maybe you’ve had a notification about it pop up in the corner of your screen. In our day to...

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