January 29, 2018

As we fast approach the cut off for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs tax self-assessment this Wednesday we are seeing more and more spam emails hitting our spam filter and the inboxes/spam filters of our customers.

These spam emails work by spoofing the HMRC sender n...

January 4, 2018

A fairly substantial vulnerability was uncovered yesterday in Intel CPU chips and it’s going to have a huge impact going forward.


The high level issue is kernel memory leaking; Linux and Windows kernels both need a re-design. Unfortunately, both updates are go...

December 8, 2017

Each year there's always some sort of internet security issue that people shout from the rooftops about. This year it has been Ransomware which well and truly came to the forefront with the WannaCry attack on the NHS and the NotPetya attack that caused major financial...

October 20, 2017

Why should you care about toll fraud?

Phone fraud is becoming a real problem in the UK, costing businesses £953 million. It can result in bill shock and loss of service, which can be disruptive to your business operations. According to a survey commissioned by ITSPA w...

August 16, 2017

Remember the days when we could share our favourite MP3s and photos via Bluetooth and Infra Red transfers?

One of the downfalls of this type of transfer was that some devices would automatically accept files meaning that if your device had Bluetooth turned on, a strange...

July 26, 2017

Could you be at risk of a ransomware attack thanks to your video players subtitles?

May 15, 2017

It will never happen to me! I'm sure everyone has said this in the past but recent events show it can happen to any business big or small and they don't care who they target.

Friday at 8am (GMT) saw one of the biggest cyber attacks ever seen on the NHS and many other la...

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