If you ever wanted an indication of how challenging the email security environment can be, consider this: recently released research shows that two million malicious emails bypassed traditional security measures between July 2020 and July 2021.
Email is vital to any business. It’s one of the most important ways we communicate with customers, suppliers and internal employees.
We are always being told that passwords we create are far too simple and should be complex. However, complexity means they become harder to remember.
A recent report has highlighted the risks to SMEs posed by cyber-attacks, concluding that a quarter of them (around 1.3 million businesses) would not be able to continue operating following a serious hacking incident.
Stephen O’Boyle, Global Head of Cybersecurity and Information Resilience Services at BSI explores how organizations can prepare for a cyber incident.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK are facing many challenges with cyber security.
Ransomware has rapidly become one of the most prevalent and potentially damaging cybersecurity threats, even to small/medium businesses. What can entrepreneurs do to fight back?
Now is not an easy time for cybersecurity professionals in charge of protecting their organisations. Indeed, the UK Government’s recent survey of British businesses paints a worrying picture of the situation.
In the ever increasing digital world, it’s vital all SMEs tackle the threat of cyber criminals head-on and become cyber-secure.
The Trump Administration’s continued threats to ban TikTok in the United States, due to the company’s Chinese origins, have received mixed reactions from social media and internet users in the United States and globally.