Tag: Ransomware

Human Error: Why the Biggest Risk to Your Business Could Come from Within

Mitigating IT security risks is big responsibility for all businesses, but they don’t always come from external sources. Here’s how the human factor can put your IT infrastructure at risk.

The Plain English Guide to: Ransomware as a Service (RaaS)

The ‘as a service’ business model has taken the world by storm, but it’s also made its way into more nefarious hands. Here’s our Plain English guide to Ransomware as a Service (RaaS).

Beware Ransomware

Ransomware: The Primary Threat for Business in 2022?

Do you know what the biggest threat to your business is this year? If you operate in the digital space, like most of us do today, it might just be ransomware. Here’s what you need to know about mitigating the risk of ransomware in 2022.

Ransomware Attack

What is Ransomware? The Essential Guide for Small Business

To keep your business safe and protected in the digital age, it’s essential that you understand the potential cyberthreats. In this article, we’ll explain what ransomware is, how it might impact your business, and what to do if your business suffers a ransomware attack.

The Plain English Guide to Malware

The Plain English Guide to: Malware

With an estimated 65,000 attack attempts in the UK every day, being familiar with the risks of cyberattacks is essential for any business. In this Plain English guide, we’ll give you everything you need to know about malware and how it can affect your business.

The Ultimate Guide to Disaster Recovery Plans (And Why Your Business Needs One)

IT Systems and the data they hold are the lifeblood of businesses in 2020. But what if disaster strikes and you lose everything?

Businesses need to plan for the worst so they can recover in the event of a disaster. Read on to find out what a disaster recovery plan is, why you need one, and how to create one.

Ransomware Atack

Cyber Security, Ransomware and Windows Update

This blog posting is in response to the cyber-attack that hit the news headlines on Friday, 12th May 2017 when a number of NHS trusts were forced to shut down their IT. The attack involved a piece of software called WannaCrypt, classified as Ransomware, spreading its self around vulnerable machines and then encrypting all the […]

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