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Top tips to protect yourself from hacks

Florian Malecki, Vice President of International Marketing at Arcserve, outlines five ways to avoid heartbreak and protect yourself from Valentine’s Day hacks.

Cybercriminals home in on the little guys

Lately, cybercriminals seem to have shifted their focus from the big fish to the SMB’s of the proverbial pond, according to the Acronis Cyberthreats Report mid-year update. Despite the (very false) perception they are too small to target, SMBs are increasingly vulnerable

Companies preparing to deal with Covid-themed phishing surge in 2021

It’s likely that 2021 will be the final year of intense restrictions due to Covid-19, but that won’t stop an expected surge in Covid-themed phishing attacks.  According to new research from Centrify, a provider of identity-centric privileged access management solutions, 64% of

HMRC phishing attacks skyrocket due to UK lockdown

HM Revenue & Customs has reported a staggering 367,520 reports of phishing email attacks during 2020, with data indicating a sharp rise in incidents after the UK went into its first lockdown in March.

Webroot reveals 2020’s nastiest malware

Webroot has released its annual list of ‘Nastiest Malware’, revealing phishing, botnet attacks and ransomware as 2020’s most vicious cybersecurity threats.

How do I know if I’ve been hacked?

Cyber criminals are skilled at what they do and can often infiltrate your system without a trace. Jake Madders and Jon Lucas, directors of Hyve Managed Hosting, reveal how to spot an intruder on your system and work out if you’ve been

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