What are the Physical Risks of a Cyber Attack?

What are the Physical Risks of a Cyber Attack?

Most of the news we hear surrounding cyber attacks concerns personal data and the GDPR. What is often overlooked, however, is the physical dangers of a cyber-attack. What makes our businesses vulnerable to these types of cyber risks? How do we prevent and prepare for them?

Cyber Attacks are Sinking SMEs: Here's Why You Can't Make The Mistake of Mishandling Your Customers' Data

Cyber Attacks are Sinking SMEs: Here's Why You Can't Make The Mistake of Mishandling Your Customers' Data

Recent government studies have outlined public opinion on cyber-security and data protection. With the implementation of the GDPR and the number of high-profile data breaches that have been met with such strong public reaction, now is not the time to be caught out slipping up with your customers' personal data. Now that the public has more rights regarding the details of their personal data they are more likely to act against a company that mishandles it. Learn more with Cyberguru.

3 Steps to Stay Calm After A Data Breach

3 Steps to Stay Calm After A Data Breach

With the introduction of GDPR this May, keeping yourself in the know on what to do in the case of a data breach is essential. Follow these 3 steps to protect your organisation from facing considerable fines. According to government data, 46 per cent of all UK organisations experienced at least one cyber-security breach or attack in 2017. Failure to report one of these breaches can result in fines of up to €10 million. Read on to find out how to protect yourself and your organisation from these fines. 

How To Prevent Your Small Business From Getting Caught Phishing

How To Prevent Your Small Business From Getting Caught Phishing
Cyber security is an increasingly important matter for businesses of all sizes and the issue of phishing is becoming more and more popular and severe. Phishing attacks happen when hackers impersonate other individuals or organisations in order for an action to be taken. Learn how you can prevent phishing attacks with tips from Cyberguru.

The Two Cyber Security Flaws Found In Nearly All Modern Processors

The Two Cyber Security Flaws Found In Nearly All Modern Processors
Recent cyber security studies have identified two major security flaws in nearly all modern processors. The two flaws, Meltdown and Spectre, could enable hackers to bypass regular security measures to gain access to otherwise secure data held in personal computers, servers, cloud services and mobile devices.

Cybersecurity Ranks as the #1 Organisational Risk for 2019

Cybersecurity Ranks as the #1 Organisational Risk for 2019

The European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing’s (ECIIA) Risk in Focus 2019 report found that organisations have identified cybersecurity as their greatest risk. So why is it that only 9% of businesses and 4% of charities have a specific cybersecurity policy in place?

Read on to find out more about the risks and how you can prevent them.

The Top 5 Social Engineering Strategies That Threaten Your Business

The Top 5 Social Engineering Strategies That Threaten Your Business

Cybersecurity is complex in that, regardless of how much you invest in it, there will always be one primary vulnerability – people. While your systems may not be so easy to crack, cybercriminals enjoy manipulating peoples’ fallible judgement using social engineering strategies designed to gain access to your company’s confidential information. Read on to find out more about these social engineering strategies, how you can educate your staff on how to spot them and how to avoid disaster.

Protecting Charities from Cyber Threats

Protecting Charities from Cyber Threats

Many smaller charities are unaware of the threat of cyber attacks on their organization. While it may seem like something that would only happen to a larger organisation with more assets, anyone who holds personal data on their computers is at risk of a cyber attack.

Five Ways To Protect Your Small Business From A Ransomware Attack

Five Ways To Protect Your Small Business From A Ransomware Attack

Cyber security is a growing concern for both businesses and individuals, and the number of attacks and their complexity is growing drastically. One of the most devastating types of cyber-attack is a ransomware attack. Learn how you can protect your business from a ransomware attack with our simple tips.

Does My Business Really Need Cyber Liability And Data Breach Insurance?

Does My Business Really Need Cyber Liability And Data Breach Insurance?
The threat of a cyber attack can be a worrying thought for business owners, yet the stigma of ‘it won’t happen to me’ is still fairly common. However, as business operations are increasingly relying on technology and the electronic transfer and storage of data, the number of potentially vulnerable access points for hackers is growing.

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