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Are You Doing Enough to Protect Your Data?

Are You Doing Enough to Protect Your Data?

Concern over cyber threats has hit an all-time high, with a recent global cyber risk perception survey finding that 79% of organisations now rank cyber risk as a top-five concern.

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Why Are Software Updates (or Patches) So Important?

Why Are Software Updates (or Patches) So Important?

Software updates (or patching) is familiar to us all. We’ll update the apps on our mobile phones with some regularity and the same should apply to all the software applications we use on all devices we use. Unfortunately, we find that many businesses are still using out of date or older versions of...

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Advancing Your IT Strategy: How to Identify Critical Vulnerabilities and Points of Failure

Advancing Your IT Strategy: How to Identify Critical Vulnerabilities and Points of Failure

In a recent blog, we looked at the five steps required to develop an effective IT strategy. In this article, we will take a deeper look into one of these key stages: how to identify critical vulnerabilities and points of failure.

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The IT Lifecycle and 5 Signs that it’s Time to Upgrade Your Technology

The IT Lifecycle and 5 Signs that it’s Time to Upgrade Your Technology

When you’re starting out, smart tech purchases can often end up at the bottom of your list of priorities. But depending on how much you care about office atheistic, you can either end up overspending on beautiful technology, or buying the most cost-effective computers which your business will have...

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You’re Not Too Small to Be a Victim: The Obvious IT Security Fails Small Businesses Can Avoid

You’re Not Too Small to Be a Victim: The Obvious IT Security Fails Small Businesses Can Avoid

 

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IoT Security Tips for SMEs

IoT Security Tips for SMEs

There’s much hype about the Internet of Things (IoT) and the endless possibilities of a hyperconnected future. However, 2016 saw a number of DDoS attacks in which attackers exploited inherent security vulnerabilities in IoT devices to take down big name websites such as Twitter, Netflix and Spotify.

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