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WiFi hackers
Data Protection
Peter Bassill

10 Security Tips to Protect Your Business From WiFi Hackers

Businesses operate online more than ever in 2020, with it being a necessity for many to properly trade within their sector. But operating online comes with a heap of security concerns that could impact your business. One of these concerns comes in the form of WiFi hackers who infiltrate your WiFi server. But you don’t

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penetration testing steps
Data Protection
Peter

Peter talks to FindMyUkCasino

FindMyUkCasino.com got in touch and asked Peter some great questions. Here is little preview: Can online casinos be hacked? This is a common question among online casino players in the UK but is a question that FindMyUKCasino.com feels has never been properly answered. All slot sites licensed by the UK Gambling Commission must have certain protocols in

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how to know if you've been hacked
Data Protection
Peter Bassill

How to Know if Your Business Has Been Hacked

The internet’s one almighty boon for business. You can target customers with ease, reach wider audiences with minimal budgets, and automate essential processes- to name just a few of the advantages involved. All told, the World Wide Web has become an indispensable tool for running an effective operation. But it isn’t without its issues. Indeed,

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Malware
Data Protection
Peter

SB Tech Breach

Last week saw SB Tech Breached by the hacking group Maze. It seems that every week the group are announcing more victims.  GameOn asked our CEO Peter Bassill, to give us some insight into the attack. The GameOn article is here.

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WhatsApp
Data Protection
Peter

How To Whatsapp Safely

WhatsApp is among the fastest-growing instant messengers out there, and almost a social network in its own way. But if you are using it, there are some steps you should take to protect your security and privacy.

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Data Protection
Peter

Morrisons Breach Update

The UK’s highest court ruled that Morrisons can not be liable for a criminal act of a person seeking to harm their business. On April 1st, 2020, a panel of five justices unanimously ruled that Morrisons was not “vicariously liable”.

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Securing Zoom
Data Protection
Peter

How To: Securing Zoom

In this guide we are looking at how to go about securing zoom. Since the onset of the global pandemic, we have seen surge in “zoom bombing”. This is where people with malicious intent look for in-progress zoom meetings to join and cause trouble.

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Continual Cyber Assurance
Stuart Coulson

What to do When Plan-b Fails

Life has a habit of throwing curve balls at us. Unexpected events that change our daily lives. Businesses try to reduce the impact of these events and put in place contingency budgets, insurance and emergency planning documents. But what happens when those plans fail too?

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Malware
Assurance
Peter

Chubb Cyber Ransomware Attack

Chubb Cyber Ransomware Attack? Really? Well yes. It seem that, according the operations of Maze Ransomware, there really was a Chubb Cyber Ransomware Attack.

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