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  • 27 Dec 2016 8:12 PM | David Clark (Administrator)


    Only install apps from official app stores, such as Google's Play Store or Apple's App Store. Jailbreaking, rooting or disabling any of the default security features of your mobile device may leave it more susceptible to malware infections.

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  • 11 Dec 2016 8:47 PM | David Clark (Administrator)

    This infographic published in the Cyber Security Special Report highlights the security risks the internet of things presents. 

    The infographic reveals that 25% of identified enterprise attacks will involve the internet of things by 2020, meanwhile only 10% of IT security budgets will be spent protecting systems against these attacks.

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  • 20 Nov 2016 9:49 PM | David Clark (Administrator)

    Always use a strong and unique password for every online account you have. That way, if the password for one account is compromised, it can't be used to access your other accounts.


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  • 13 Nov 2016 5:38 PM | David Clark (Administrator)

    The ACD programme outlines how the NCSC intends to tackle, in a relatively automated way, a significant proportion of the cyber attacks that hit the UK. Automation means the measures scale much better. It's not a panacea but should help us mitigate the impact of a significant proportion of the attacks. 


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  • 10 Nov 2016 10:42 PM | David Clark (Administrator)

    Online shopping can save you considerable time, effort and money...There are however, some risks associated with shopping online. Following just a few simple steps can make online shopping much safer


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  • 27 Oct 2016 5:56 PM | David Clark (Administrator)


    Not using anti-virus software, or not updating your anti-virus when prompted, will leave your devices more vulnerable to malware

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  • 21 Oct 2016 7:19 PM | David Clark (Administrator)


    The infographic summarises the security controls you can apply to reduce your organisation’s exposure to a successful cyber attack.

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  • 07 Oct 2016 7:13 PM | David Clark (Administrator)

    Whilst marketed to the public as investments Binary Options are essentially bets on whether certain prices within financial markets will rise or fall.

    There are only two options with this type of investment, "cash or nothing" : guess correctly and win, or guess incorrectly and lose all the money you invested.

     Binary Options are not regulated as an investment in the UK at present, which might be one of the reasons why criminals are increasingly using the guise of Binary Option Traders to defraud people. These fraudsters often use social networking sites and apps to lure potential victims with the promise of guaranteed returns on their investments.

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  • 29 Sep 2016 8:19 PM | David Clark (Administrator)


    The senders name on an SMS can be spoofed, so even if the SMS appears to be from your bank, but the message is unexpected or unusual, then contact them directly via the phone number on the back of your card, or a bank statement.

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  • 09 Sep 2016 7:35 PM | David Clark (Administrator)

    Ransomware is a form of malicious software [malware] that enables cyber criminals to remotely lock down files on your computer or mobile device. 

    Criminals will use ransomware to extort money from you [a ransom], before they restore your access to the files. 

    There are many ways that ransomware can infect your device, whether is be a link to a malicious website in an unsolicited email, or through a security vulnerability in a piece of software you use.


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