This week, we have been accepted as an Associate Member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS).
Today, the UK government's Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport announced their plans for the upcoming implementation of GDPR, and the UK's Data Protection Bill, in an official statement of intent.
Giving away too much information about yourself online can be used by criminals as a tool to defraud you. The Dark Web is a topic, and an area of the Internet, that we feel the public should be aware of.
At this year's Black Hat USA event, Google revealed findings of their recent research, including the profits being made by cyber criminals, and the most popularly used ransomware strains.
The Information Commissioner's Office have fined videogame rental company Boomerang £60,000 this month.
A global ransomware attack occurred on the 27th June, 2017, targeting computers using Microsoft Windows.
The online group claiming to be responsible for the recent ransomware attack have issued a public statement on the attack and their future plans.
Latest advice from Xyone Cyber Security on the international ransomware attack. (Last updated 15th May 2017)
Xyone's CEO Stephen Robinson is delivering an interactive session, "QUID PRO QUO", at Liverpool Law Society's Cyber Conference 2017.
We are pleased to share that Clarion, the complete-service law firm based in Leeds, have been certified for Cyber Essentials Plus with Xyone Cyber Security.