View Technology in lockdown: Modern Networks newsletter

Technology in lockdown: Modern Networks newsletter

The world has changed a lot in the last three months. Many of us have had to adapt to working from home. Technology has been hugely beneficial in keeping us safe, productive and entertained in this time of lockdown. We’ve been able to shop online, use contactless payment, stream endless boxsets and home-school our children…

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View Keep your data safe when staff use their own devices

Keep your data safe when staff use their own devices

In the rush to get your staff setup for working from home, did anyone stop to check how safe your company data would be? Because suddenly having your people access your data via lots of different devices, introduces lots of new variables. Especially if your team are using their own laptops, tablets or mobiles. This…

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View How to work remotely, stay productive, stay secure

How to work remotely, stay productive, stay secure

The coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak is already having a dramatic impact on all our work and family lives. During these uncertain times, technology is helping keep the economic wheels turning. One of the immediate outcomes of the crisis has been many people working from home, slowing the spread of the virus. In this article, we will…

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View 25 cyber security tips for 2020

25 cyber security tips for 2020

The cyber security landscape is constantly changing. Nevertheless, adopting some simple processes, procedures and technical precautions can help protect your organisation from most common threats. It is also important your staff are educated about cyber security awareness. Although not exhaustive, the following 25 tips will help ensure you are cyber secure. Introduce multi-factor authentication –…

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View Supply chain attacks set to increase in 2020

Supply chain attacks set to increase in 2020

Supply chain attacks were up 78% in 20191. Research by cyber-security company CrowdStrike, found that two-thirds of businesses had suffered a supply chain software attack during 20182. It’s a trend that looks set to continue during 2020. After all, why attack a well-protected target directly when you can bypass its security altogether? What is a…

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View Time is running out – so face The 2020 Problem like a hero

Time is running out – so face The 2020 Problem like a hero

In January, Microsoft is killing Windows 7. Shame, as it was a great operating system. Popular yet ageing badly. When Microsoft abandons an operating system (officially called end of life), it stops updating it, or fixing it when it breaks. We are pretty sure that hackers who have already discovered bugs they can exploit, are…

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View Cyber security services

Cyber security services

Today, no one can afford to ignore the threat from cybercrime. The first step in protecting yourself from cyber threats is to understand where you are vulnerable. Next, you need a defence-in-depth approach to your security. This means training your staff to recognise and respond to common threats. You need clear processes and procedures to…

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View Press release: Security Awareness Training

Press release: Security Awareness Training

Nine out of ten successful cyber-attacks start with a phishing email. Cybercriminals use sophisticated social engineering techniques to dupe unwary members of staff into opening malicious email attachments or clicking on bad links. According to a recent Datto survey, one in five SMBs has fallen victim to a ransomware attack. That same survey found that…

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