Ransomware – A Year On

Ransomware – A Year On

In August 2017 a ransomware attack on several Scottish hospitals hit the headlines, this was followed by small tow sheriff departments being hit in the US, the culprit was BitPaymer. A year has pass but have lessons been learnt? Sadly, it seems not, a borough and a...
GDPR in action

GDPR in action

We like to think that GDPR has been and gone, all the emails have been sent out and customers have either opted in or not for contact. But, what happens if a customer contacts you and wants to see their data – and what can they gather from it? Well a gamer (Michael)...
Scam emails and how to spot them quickly

Scam emails and how to spot them quickly

We actively monitor email flow across all of our clients and tweak the security as/when required, however no system should be relied on to protect you from 100% of spam, and on occasion unwanted emails will get through. In particular we’ve noticed an increase in...
WordPress remains a target of scammers and exploits

WordPress remains a target of scammers and exploits

WordPress websites currently make up one third of all sites on the internet, that is a huge number of site that need constant patching and updating. Without the updates exploits can be run that can not only cripple your site, stop you logging in, but it can also...
Outsource Your IT

Outsource Your IT

Reasons to Outsource your IT                        Ever thought about outsourcing your IT?  Read on and discover why it’s a good idea to go external, not only are there cost saving advantages but you’ll understand a range of additional reasons as to why you...

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