Posted on 04 May 2023 by
If you’ve read part one, you’ll know that there’s a persistent problem with passwords. Despite the continued warnings, data breaches and endless guidance – weak and easily hackable passwords still guard a sobering number of online accounts and identities. Past experience tells us this is unlikely to change.
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World Password Day has come around again. Since its inception, it’s an awareness day designed to promote and reinforce the importance of better habits when it comes to password settings.
Posted on 23 January 2023 by
In an age of increasing sophistication of cyber attacks, governments and partner organisations often find themselves as a target. These attacks often focus on identity, which can cause damage in the form of unencrypted data. Should hackers be successful in their attempts, it is possible they could allow fraudsters to manipulate electronic data in secure […]
Posted on 11 April 2022 by
Two years ago, the Covid-19 pandemic forced millions of workers across the globe into remote working and turned the way we work on its head. Prior to the pandemic, remote or hybrid working arrangements had been the exception in most organisations – yet overnight it became the norm. Since then, you couldn’t move for endless […]
Posted on 08 February 2022 by
The increase in devices and interconnectivity provides more opportunity for hackers, as today is Safer Internet Day, we wanted to look at the efforts being made to secure these devices.
Posted on 22 June 2021 by
As the world becomes increasingly connected new vulnerabilities are emerging. Find out how mobile operators can respond to this challenge and make sure future networks are secure.