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Cyber Wise tips for shopping safe online this festive season
There’s no time like the present to get your systems up to date and upgrade to Microsoft’s shiny new Windows 10. If you don’t, you’ll be leaving your business exposed and open to huge risks running previous systems.
British Airways have announced that customers personal and financial details had been compromised in a huge data breach.
Apple, Google and Intel have released important updates to their smartphones after a major Bluetooth vulnerability was discovered.
Dixons Carphone have announced a huge data breach involving 5.9 million payment cards and 1.2 million personal data records.
Criminals have started using the GDPR to trick users into clicking on malicious links and providing personal data.
Sage has warned users of a current phishing scheme where criminals are using fake Sage invoices to bait users into clicking on dangerous links.
Critical coding to the iPhone operating system has been leaked online.
“WannaCry”, the latest iteration of pervasive ransomware epidemic, became centre stage this weekend when it crippled 22 NHS trusts, and infected over 300,000 computers in 150 countries.
It’s almost impossible to have missed the catastrophic news of the ransomware attack that hit the National Health Service on Friday. Over the weekend the NHS have gone to severe lengths to try and prevent the malware from spreading and infecting more computers.
Wonga have suffered a major data breach, up to 245,000 UK customers’ bank details could have been stolen.
A Gmail scam that seems so authentic, it’s even tricking some of the most experienced security experts.
Business owner receives a suspicious phone call from “HMRC” informing them that they owed a large sum of money.
A team of researchers from Checkpoint found a flaw in the software used by over 900 million Android phones
Apple warns customers of hoax iTunes email and asks all customers to ignore and delete it.
The University of Calgary paid $20,000 to restore all their data after it had been encrypted by Ransomware
On March 4th, malware called ‘KeRanger’ became the first fully functioning Ransomware to attack Apple’s Mac computers.
The estimated annual cost of cybercrime to our economy in 2014 was a massive £300bn, are you protected?
TalkTalk has been affected by a large cyber-attack, potentially all customer information has been stolen. Read our blog to find what to do if you are a TalkTalk.
Learn how to protect yourself from Dridex malware which steals millions from UK bank accounts by reading our blog.
Beware of criminals impersonating company directors to approve fake invoices.
Beware of fake Windows 10 upgrade – installing it will lock all your files until you pay a ransom
New scam on iPhone will lock your safari browser and ask you to pay £30 to fix it. Here’s how to fix it yourself!
A vulnerability has been discovered in Apple MacBooks that would allow viruses to be created that are almost impossible to remove. It’s called Thunderstrike.
Shellshock is a serious bug that could potentially allow hackers to take control of a number of devices you may be using. These devices include Mac computers, website servers, routers and it could even affect software installed on your car.
From a device that used to just make phone calls to replacing computers, mobile phones have evolved and the technology has come a long way.
The FBI and the National Crime Agency have sent out a warning to all computer users that they have 2 weeks to upgrade their computer security in preparation for a malware outbreak.
The bug was patched over a month ago, but half of the websites that were first identified with Heartbleed have still not patched this bug.
At the end of last month Microsoft had released a warning about vulnerability with its Internet Explorer browser.
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