Bot malware is a growing security threat
If we talk about ‘bots’ you’d be forgiven for thinking of the amazing AI chatbots that have been all over the news lately. But this isn’t a good news story. Bots are
Let’s start talking about AI
The whole world is suddenly talking about Artificial Intelligence. From Alexa in your kitchen, to Siri on your phone, AI is already all around us, but new names like ChatGPT
Cyber attacks are getting bigger and smarter. Are you vulnerable?
Have you ever tried to buy tickets for a huge event and found that the seller’s website has collapsed under the weight of thousands of people all trying to do the same thing at t
AI is making phishing scams more dangerous
AI chatbots have taken the world by storm in recent months. We’ve been having fun asking ChatGPT questions, trying to find out how much of our jobs it can do, and even getting it
Is your security focusing on the right things?
To protect your home from an intruder you make sure your doors and windows are all locked and secured. You might go further: build a fence around the perimeter, perhaps even get an
Getting to Grips with Email Security
Owners of small and medium-sized businesses often make the mistake of thinking that they couldn’t be victims in cyberattacks. However, studies show that more than 40% of cybe
Young employees have different attitudes to cyber crime
If you employ anyone aged between 16 and 19, you need to pay special attention to the cyber security training you’re giving your team. A new study has revealed that a host
Take action to avoid a devious new phishing scam
Another day, another scam. And this is a sneaky one. Cyber criminals are getting smarter. This recent malware threat is unusually smart. It impersonates a highly trusted bra
When did your business last have an IT health check?
How’s the January health kick going? Lots of us take our health seriously – once a year, anyway – and it’s good to spend time thinking about whether you’ve been l
Are your younger employees experiencing ‘tech shame’?
It seems that Gen Z and even some Millennial employees are less tech savvy than many employers might expect. It’s an assumption that’s leading to a sense of ‘tech shame’. &