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.
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…
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.
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.
Friday 12th May 2017 saw a global cyber-attack that affected over 200,000 victims across 150 countries. There are a number of simple steps you can take to help reduce the risk of you or your business from falling victim to cyber attacks including malware and ransomware.
We all need to protect ourselves from the nastier elements of the cyber-world but it doesn’t need to cost the world – or even a penny – to install protection onto our computers.
Most people use the internet every day for a wide range of activities including online banking, shopping, paying bills, emails and much more. We look at some simple strategies to make you passwords stronger and more effective.