As we enter our second lockdown and with Christmas fast approaching, it’s a timely reminder of how we can keep ourselves safe online.
It probably comes as no surprise that in the past three months, ransomware attacks have increased by 80% in the UK according to a new report out.
At some point or another, you’ll upgrade your computer system, but what do you do to ensure it’s wiped of all your personal data and files?
​​​​​​​Not only do we need to be mindful of the effects of the Coronavirus, but we also need to be vigilant to virus attacks on our computers. 
​​​​​​​To upgrade or not to upgrade, that can sometimes be the question when it comes to your IT hardware. There’s no right or wrong answer, however there are some factors to consider
Mobile devices have come a long way since the first Nokia.  Technology has evolved and so has our behaviour towards how we use them
Microsoft’s latest software patch update has seen a huge number of flaws – 129 in total, 23 of which were critical.
If a computer update is available, then make sure you take action, do not wait for the issue to escalate
Despite a bug being fixed back in March, users are still experiencing internet connection problems.
With so much of what we now do being web-based, it is no wonder scammers love it.  It is easy to become complacent about the levels of security and habits of password settings, so here are some useful tips. 
​​​​​​​The cost of cybercrime is forever increasing.  In the UK, it is estimated the cost to be approximately £27bn per annum!
​​​​​​​Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts a victim's files. The attacker then demands a ransom from the victim to restore access to the data upon payment. It is on the rise and it is something serious that every business should know about.…