Top remote working digital tools to get your business on track
9th July 2020
Covid-19 Business Challenges: from Cybercrime to Remote Technology
13th May 2020
While businesses are working hard to transform office-bound ICT systems into a flexible, portable resource, they are facing the additional threat of cyber-crime. A huge increase in online fraud and cyber-crime related to the Covid-19 pandemic is worrying government, police and business organisations. Criminals are taking advantage of the...Read More
Use of ICT by businesses during disruptions
24th April 2020
It’s a challenge for businesses to keep working amidst the current coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic restrictions. We are all having to learn to adapt to the ‘new normal’ at a time when many businesses were caught off-guard by being sent home.
One business essential the ongoing situation has highlighted is...Read More
Cyber security threats from Coronavirus (Covid-19)
2nd April 2020
People trying to stay safe from the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic are being targeted by cybercriminals. Amidst worldwide fear and concern about the novel virus, the perfect environment is being exploited by fraudsters who are using loathsome tactics to commit cybercrime.Coronavirus scams
The coronavirus crisis has seen the world...Read More
Greening your ICT – Small Business ICT and the Environment
5th December 2019
It’s understandable that environmental issues may not top your priorities list when you’re concentrating on keeping your business productive and profitable in challenging economic times. However evidence shows that consumers are increasingly looking at the green credentials of firms when deciding to part with their money.
With daily news...Read More
Growing SMEs need better Cyber Security
13th November 2019
An AI robot can now make 300 pizzas an hour. Staggering but true – a small American start-up has created an artificial intelligence-driven pizza platform which can churn out the cheesy food to meet to orders via an app, according to Forbes this month. It’s an extreme example of...Read More
Cyber Security Awareness Month: How are UK businesses faring?
9th October 2019
In the last 12 months 32% of businesses identified a cyberattack or breach. The resulting loss of data or assets have cost firms an average of £4,180, up by more than £1,000 since 2018, according to the UK Government’s latest Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019 published this year.
While the number...Read More
Latest Cyber Security woes for UK SMEs and customers
23rd September 2019
While we’ve been enjoying the summer the constant business of thwarting scams and cyber-attacks has shown little sign of slowing down.
Criminal attacks on businesses and customers have continued with criminals finding new ways of parting us from our money while we’re distracted with work and play.
● Holiday...Read More
A Glossary of Cyber Terms: Do you know your Bots from your Breaches?
5th June 2019
You’re busy running your business, making use of the latest information technology but you also want to stay up to date with the latest cybersecurity. However, do you know your Worms from your Trojans?
It can be difficult to do the right thing when so many confusing terms come...Read More
SMEs, are your staff being targeted by scammers?
13th May 2019
Small businesses are waking up to the reality of cybercrime. Increasingly reliant of new communications and information technology, SMEs have to pay attention to protecting their online capital just as they would their goods and premises. Yet despite the action taken to stop cybercrime, online criminal activity persists with...Read More