Step lightly from spring into summer with a digital clean up

Step lightly from spring into summer with a digital clean up

As spring silently glides into summer it’s not too late to spring clean the digital clutter from your computer and online life. Just like homes, computers can get clogged up with rubbish and junk. It’s only when you take a good look can you see what you do need, what...
EasyJet hack – 9 million customers affected – how to safeguard your personal data

EasyJet hack – 9 million customers affected – how to safeguard your personal data

The personal details of nine million customers of airline EasyJet have been accessed by hackers. The stolen information consists of email addresses and travel itineraries but some 2,208 customers also had their payment card details taken. The budget airline contacted...
The Top Covid-19 Frauds

The Top Covid-19 Frauds

Cybercriminals have moved at lightning speed to exploit the mass movement to home working. Many Covid-19 themed phishing emails were launched in late January and today this has turned into a blizzard with little sign of abating. The emails deliver malware, either via...
Tips and technologies for secure homeschooling

Tips and technologies for secure homeschooling

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, there’s one thing we can all be certain of and that is that there is near-unanimous uncertainty about when life will truly return to normality. This is why schools have made a huge effort in terms of homeschooling for students across...
Ransomware is deadly… check these best-practice protection tips

Ransomware is deadly… check these best-practice protection tips

The internet has brought enormous positive changes to businesses the world over but in its wake has followed the scourge of malware. Large enterprises can often ride out the damage caused by malware but for small businesses infections can cause untold damage and even...
Coronavirus risks for small businesses – and free cybersecurity to help navigate these troubled times

Coronavirus risks for small businesses – and free cybersecurity to help navigate these troubled times

The sudden surge in people working from home has left many small businesses exposed to cyber-attacks. They’re simply not equipped for remote working. Smaller companies, start-ups or self-employed individuals often don’t have sophisticated IT structures to fall back...