Did you delete metadata on redacted documents the last time you sent them? If not, it's easy to see the original information if you know where to look and then you might as well not have redacted them at all!
One of the challenges of implementing GDPR for businesses is the technical GDPR staff training. But, you need to be prepared. Your organisation's compliance depends on having informed and well-trained staff, and the larger your business, the more difficult and
We'd all like to think that hackers are spending weeks on end planning their every move to attack a business but the truth of it is nowhere near as exciting. Although this could happen to a big target, for most
Running a small business comes with a very specific set of challenges, like having limited resources, and often cyber security falls to the bottom of the list. But, the cost of a data breach, no matter the size of your
When it comes to GDPR and emails things can get confusing! You need to make sure you completely understand the terminology potential users/customers/businesses could be using so you can action accordingly. Although not an exhaustive list, here are some of
I have decided to post this as a response to an article I read and ensuing discussion concerning the hacking of servers through RDP. At present I see several major trends happening in this field: Ongoing transition to DevOps is
The importance of online security is bigger than ever and with criminals coming up with new and inventive ways to catch you, we must remain vigilant. Previously we have discussed how to defend yourself against phishing but with increasingly clever tactics we
Phishing is the attempt to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication. The criminals’ most popular approach is to create a decoy “website”, which would seem to