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Did We Make It Easy for Hackers in 2018?

18.12.2018 by Jenn Granger

While it’s easy to think that your small business is exempt from the wrath of a cyber-attacker, with only the larger organisations seeming to suffer highly damaging attacks, this stat is a reminder that all businesses are a target. In a recent UKFast webinar, our experts discussed the five top flaws in businesses’ cybersecurity that lead to cyber-scandals. Who are our experts? Noha Amin Information Security Awareness Manager at TalkTalk Annabelle Gold-Caution Technology and Privacy Lawyer at Fieldfisher Paul Mason IT Security, Education and Training Specialist at Secarma What did they discuss? 1.       Insider threats Employees are your first line…

What is UKFast’s Latest ISO Security Certification?

30.10.2018 by Jenn Granger

How do you know your hosting provider is going to keep your data safe? It’s a tough one, but cybersecurity should be the number one on your business’ To Do list. Making sure it’s also the top priority of your…

What Happens When Trello Goes Wrong?

2.10.2018 by Jenn Granger

Turn on the news and you’ll see the return of a familiar theme. They’re all over the papers and on every news feed. In fact, you can’t go anywhere in 2018 without hearing about them. Data breaches. The UN has…

Blackmail Emails: Top Tips to Stay Secure

1.10.2018 by Jenn Granger

Welcome to the beginning of Cybersecurity Month! As the temperature drops and we all huddle up with our laptops, let’s get to grips with the latest cybersecurity scares that are sweeping the nation and discover the top ways to stop…

When Two-Factor Authentication Goes Wrong

7.8.2018 by Jenn Granger

How often do you use Reddit to check the weirdest and most wonderful news on the web? Last week the vast message-boarding and news aggregation site reported a data breach on user and employee passwords, exposing the weaknesses of two-factor…

Falling Like Domino’s

16.6.2014 by Jenn Granger

The latest company to fall prey to a hack is Domino’s, who is currently being held to ransom for €30,000. It’s saying that no financial data has been taken, but with the way we often handle our security, does that…

HackAttack: eBay Breach – Change Your Password!

27.5.2014 by Jenn Granger

eBay’s having a bit of a tough one at the moment, following a breach that took place earlier this year. The way they handled it has also been criticised, and considering about 145 million customers were affected, it’s serious business.…

How to Keep your Cloud Safe from Angry Exes

6.5.2014 by Jenn Granger

Exes can be a scary thing. Best case, they constantly turn up on your Facebook feed; worst case they constantly turn up at your house, and burn your name into your front lawn (OK that’s not even worst case). And…