Cyber-security is vital to keep you and computer systems safe and secure, but there can be a lot of confusing tech jargon to wade through to find the advice you need to know and put into action. Don’t let yourself be put off though we have identified 5 quick and simpler measures you can take to improve your cyber-security.
You can download all the information Facebook holds to find out exactly how much they know about you.
Facebook apps can be fun and useful to use but they have permission to access and use you information for all sorts of things. To keep you personal data safe and secure it’s a good idea to review your App permission every so often.
The key point with to prepare your IT systems for the GDPR is to ensure that you have security process in place to protect your systems and that you can show that you are taking reasonable steps to protect any…
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the European Union’s new legislation for the protection of personal data for individuals within the European Union.
Most business computer users will be familiar with using passwords on their computers. While this is a good starting point for protecting your data, it isn’t something you should rely on by itself.
Encryption is an important part of your business data protection procedures because it protects data from being accessed by anyone who shouldn’t have access to it.
Every business should be backing up its data in case of a problem with a computer system or something worse comes along. However, a data backup on its own doesn’t mean that your business has a disaster recovery plan.
Cloud storage services offer an easy way to backup, work flexibly with and share your documents. There are 4 simple steps you can take make sure your online documents stay secure.
You use passwords to log into a whole range of online sites and services including email accounts, online banking, social media, and gaming sites. Secure passwords help protect you against a cyber-attack or identity theft.
The recent WannaCry Ransomware cyber-attack should act as a reminder to keep operating systems up-to-date, this cyber-attack reinforce the need to backup your data.