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Securing internet enabled cameras

The convenience of Internet Protocol (IP)-enabled cameras that can detect and stream movement via the internet and local wireless networks mean they have become a popular choice for individuals and businesses looking to keep a watchful eye on homes, offices … read more

Developing an incident response plan

Being prepared to respond to a cyber security incident Cyber incidents can occur at any time and can take many forms. An incident may occur in critical systems at a time when key staff are unavailable, or in rarely used systems that may not have a clear … read more

Improving staff awareness

Staff will always be an organisation’s greatest asset and greatest risk—especially when it comes to cyber security. One wrong click by a staff member, whether intentional or not, can destroy networks. Improving staff awareness of cyber security … read more

Protect your organisation from phishing

What is phishing Phishing is a method of stealing confidential information by sending fraudulent messages to a victim. The messages often contain a link to a bogus website where victims are coaxed to enter personal details. Phishing emails appear to be from a … read more

Strategies to mitigate cyber security incidents

Today, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of cyber security strategies published that tailor to all sorts of infrastructures, market categories and cyber threats. Knowing which strategies apply to your organisation and where to start cyber resilience … read more