Name that strain. Ransomware on the rise.

A well known threat to all organisations, ransomware is still on the rise. Cyber-criminals are even working out how to beat your ransomware protection solutions.

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Marriott faces data breach fallout

The Marriott hotel group has announced that it has fallen victim to one of the largest data breaches in history as data was stolen over the course of 4 years.

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GoldenEye Data Deletion Disaster

Last week saw another large-scale cyber-attack infecting networks across the globe, halting operations and causing havoc for those affected. The Petya…

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How Important Should Cyber-Security Be To You?

Cyber security is a key aspect of modern businesses; As the use of technology grows within an organisation, it begins to form part of core strategies,…

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National Health Service in National Cyber-Security Crisis

The WannaCryransomwareattacks that took place in May 2017, gripped the nation, rendering businesses, schools and public authorities powerless against …

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How Will The GDPR Affect Cyber-crime?

GDPR, thegeneral data protection regulation, is set to change data protection laws forever, as of May 25th, 2018. The regulation aims, in part, to str…

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Banks Begin Backing Themselves Against Disaster

The banking and finance industries are synonymous with security especially when it comes to technical aspects of service including the growing use of …

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Equifax Left Out of Credit After Data Breach

When any globally recognised organisation reports a data breach there are going to be a number of concerned parties, for Equifax there are literally h…

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2016 The Year Of Ransomware, Not If 2018 Has Its Way

Ransomware is one of the largest and well documented, in way of headlines, cyber-threats that organisations face on a daily basis. 2016 saw an unprece…

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WannaCry A Year On

Ransomware attacks took up many headlines throughout 2016 and 2017 as their quantity and effect became widespread, costing organisations and individua…

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