How To Avoid The Most Common Online Threats

Don't get caught out by these common online threats.
In 2016, two-thirds of large businesses based in the UK were hit by a cyber breach or attack. Unfortunately, this figure is only rising with more and more cybercriminals turning their attention towards corporations.

Phishing Scams: How to avoid a malicious attack

Gone phishing?

Successful phishing scams can be extremely damaging to any business.

What is worse is that these nasty scammers are continuously evolving their skills and tactics, trying to get you to reveal personal information in order to get their grubby hands on your money and data.

How to Stay Secure on Public Wi-Fi Networks

Working in a coffee shop is harmless, right?
Public Wi-Fi is super handy. It’s a brilliant tool that allows you to respond to emails, browse the internet and catch up on work whilst out and about.

In fact, a recent survey found that over half of smartphone users (and around 70% of those who own tablets) regularly use the free Wi-Fi that is offered at bars, coffee shops, train and bus stations, and other public places.

Why Migrate to the Cloud?

What is the Cloud?
Cloud-computing can bring incredible capabilities to businesses, startups, and individuals; even your grandma can reap the benefits!

In fact, you (and her) probably already use at least one Cloud-based service on a daily basis, especially if you listen to music via apps like Spotify, stream movies on Netflix, or even send emails.

Security Certificates Explained: Why is HTTPS is vital for your business website?

What is the difference between HTTP and HTTPS?
Notice the green or grey padlock next to our URL in your web browser? This tiny, yet powerful symbol means that the connection between us and you is completely secure.

As you can see, the address begins with HTTPS, rather than HTTP. The extra 'S' lets us know that all data exchanged between your computer and our website is encrypted and can’t be intercepted by hackers.

How to Spot a Phishing or Scam Email

Does something smell phishy?
Phishing scams are constantly evolving. As scammers get smarter, there are hundreds of new ways to reel in vulnerable people and trick them into handing over their personal or business details.

We’ve outlined how you can catch a phishing email and avoid a fraudulent attack.