How does COVID-19 affect your business resilience?

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought a lot of uncertainty to the UK but what is certain are the security risks businesses across the UK are now facing as their employees are forced to work from home and criminals begin to use the pandemic to their advantage.

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Welcome to Cyber Wise

Cyber Wise is a concept that covers every aspect of shielding your business against crime. We recognise there is no single answer to tackling threats and the only successful approach is a blended approach.

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What are the new pension transfer regulations?

Fraudsters frequently offer “too good to be true” incentives like:

- free pension reviews
- early access to pension cash
- time-limited offers

But new @DWP measures mean suspicious transfers can be stopped in their tracks.

Last year, we gave our Small Business Guide a refresh to help organisations ensure they have key cyber defences in place. Take a look:


Did you know that . . .

In 2018/19, 89% of businesses addressed network security, 90% malware protection while just 37% focused on user awareness.

Social engineering isn’t not a cyber crime!
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9 out 10 successful attacks originate via a malicious email.
Can you spot a
phishing email?

Statistics based on the 2019 Cyber Security Breaches Survey from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

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GoDaddy Data Breach Affecting 1.2 Million Customers

The largest domain registrar in the world confirmed on Monday that an unknown third party has gained access to their...

Government Meet to Tackle Text and Call Scams

A government task force met on Thursday to discuss ways that we can deal with the huge rise in scams...

Widespread phishing campaign targets passwords

Microsoft has warned Office365 customers of a widespread credential phishing campaign using open redirector links. Redirector links are used to...

Cyberattackers use CAPTCHAs to Hide Phishing sites and malware.

Cyberattackers are using Google’s reCAPTCHA and fake CAPTCHA-like services to make various phishing sites and other malicious sites look legitimate....