Google Chrome launches default ad-blocker

14th March 2018

Google has launched an ad-blocker for its Chrome web browser that is designed to prevent “annoying” and “intrusive” ads being…

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Winter Olympics: Drone display in opening ceremony

28th February 2018

Swarm of drones form the Olympic rings at 2018 Winter Games opening ceremony The video can be found on this…

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How to Create and Maintain a Company-wide Cyber Security Culture

14th February 2018

In corporate culture today, cyber security often feels like something only the IT department needs to worry about. It barely…

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3 ways to improve your password security

31st January 2018

As unlikely as it sounds, your passwords could be risking the security of your entire business. Here are three ways…

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Five ways to protect your business from cyber-crime

17th January 2018

Cyberattacks. We’re all hearing about them; we read about them daily and many of us have experienced them in one…

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Meltdown and Spectre flaws: How the chip hacks work

7th January 2018

In light of recent vulnerabilities discovered in the microprocessors that most of us use, the BBC have written a good…

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Firefox Breach Alerts to warn about hacked websites

3rd January 2018

Another reason why we recommend Mozilla Firefox as our browser of choice… Mozilla has always tried to find different ways to…

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Windows 10 – Fall Creators Update

20th December 2017

The latest update for Windows 10 is still in the process of rolling out across the millions of machines running…

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Apple apologises and fixes security flaw

6th December 2017

Has Apple’s image of safe and secure systems been forever dented? If we can offer you any advice please…

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UK public ‘becoming smartphone zombies’

22nd November 2017

The British public are constantly glued to their smartphones as device adoption reaches new heights, according to research from Deloitte. The…

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