Information Security

August 2016 – Advanced Persistent Threats

The term ‘APT’ usually refers to a group, such as a foreign government, with both the capability and the intent to persistently and effectively target a specific entity. It is commonly used to refer to cyber threats, in particular that of Internet-enabled espionage using a variety of intelligence gathering techniques to access sensitive information. […]

June 2016 – Passwords – Don’t be the Weak Link

The 2012 LinkedIn hack has been back in the news again recently after it was identified that the exposure of credentials leaked has increased from the previously reported 6.5million records to a substantial 117 million records. With a network of 433 million accounts this equates to 27% having been compromised. Needless to say if you haven’t yet changed your details it’s important to do so.  […]

Information Security

July 2016 – Data Leakage, This Time it’s Personal

Almost daily the media shares stories of confidential information being disposed of in park bins, laptops being found in taxis and passwords being published on the internet. While this is undoubtedly concerning, it is often the data loss resulting from employee behaviour that poses a much more extensive threat.

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We’re Finalists! Vote now!

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve been selected as a Finalist in the Security Company of the Year category at the Computing Security Awards 2016! The winner will be decided by public vote so please visit Computing Security Awards and cast your vote for us now! Voting closes 5th October 2016.