Top 5 Tips To Improve Your IT Security

Improving Your IT Security   With hacking stories hitting the headlines and fears of cyber attacks on the increase, most companies realise effective IT security is critically important. Here are five things your business can do to improve in this…

The Attack Of The Petya Ransomware Is In Progress

The Latest Virus "Petya"   Many organisations around the world are shaking in their boots today as a variant of "petya" ransomware swoops through the web. As always Trend Micro are keeping a close eye on the whole situation, so…

Here’s the latest on “WannaCry”

Friday saw the NHS crippled by the cyber attack "WannaCry" but Monday has seen thousands more computers in China and Japan infected as more and more businesses turn on their computers   What can this attack do?   Last Friday…

The Little Book of Big Scams

Do you worry about the amount of scams that are around on the Internet?   Thanks to The Little Book of Big Scams you won't have to worry anymore!     Thanks to the Metropolitan Police and Barclays Bank, you…

A guide to Ransomware

A guide to Ransomware   One of the latest trends in the world of IT security is Ransomware. Ransomware for those of you that haven’t heard of it is the buzz word given to the latest style of virus attacks…

Is your flood defence in place, are your backups sufficient?

Are your backups sufficient?   When was the last time that you checked your backups were running successfully? When was the last time you performed a test recovery? I know it’s the same old backup this, backup that, but due…

State-of-the-art thermostat glitch just as the cold weather sets in

State-of-the-art Nest thermostat glitch just as the cold weather sets in, leaving thousands of Google users in the cold this winter.   Thousands of customers who have adopted Google-Owned Nest thermostat were left in the cold this week as a software…

Tech fans beware – the USB killer is on the loose.

Tech fans beware – the USB killer is on the loose.   Someone somewhere in the underworld of the tech industry has turned a dependable everyday object into a cold blooded killer that destroys any device that runs a USB…