Category: IT Infrastructure
Microsoft Internet Explorer, originally released in 1994, getting to its last version, number 11, in 2013, is finally being put to pasture.
If the images in emails you are receiving are not displaying correctly, then you may need to add the sender’s email address to your local Outlook clients Safe Senders list.
Microsoft Teams comes with a number of built-in backgrounds for your Teams calls, plus you are able to blur the background. This is a great tool if you want to make a call, and look more professional by hiding a messy room or adding a company logo. This is more important than ever, as many of us working more from home, whilst juggling homeschooling, housework and looking after children and pets!
Official statistics from the UK Government’s Cyber Security Breach Survey 2020, report that almost half of businesses (46%) have been a victim of a cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months.
There are so many cybersecurity threats to be aware of these days, with phishing emails often hitting the headlines. This particular scam email threat has grown over recent years, and some would say that we are now in the middle of a fake email epidemic.
With the number of cybersecurity threats increasing by the day, it can be hard to keep up with the latest terms and phrases used to describe them. A password spray attack is an unsophisticated method that has been around for a long time, but you might not have necessarily come across before.
With cloud computing being such a hot topic for small and medium-sized businesses, you might be asking yourself how easy it is to make the transition. It is actually quite simple and straightforward, although there are seven things you should bear in mind to ensure the process goes smoothly.
It’s becoming common knowledge that small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are increasingly being targeted for cyber-attack but it’s less well known that so many of them cease trading completely within six months of being affected. This shocking statistic proves how vital it is for companies and traders at all levels to take cybersecurity very seriously, and a good place to start is by identifying the most common threats.
There used to be some truth in the idea that small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) simply weren’t worth the trouble for hackers, but the reality of the increasingly common cybercrime taking place today means that this is no longer the case. SMBs are now increasingly in the sights of both individuals and organised criminals with malicious intent because they often present easier access opportunities than larger companies due to not them not paying enough attention to cybersecurity and putting sufficient preventative measures in place.