Online security should be at the forefront of every business owners mind. If you want to know how you would cope with an incident, come along to a free workshop session being run by the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit who are working in partnership with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Xyone Cyber Security have decided not to renew their contract to be a Cyber Essentials certification body for QG Management, deciding instead to certify exclusively for APMG.
Xyone Cyber Security, developers of the innovative and market-leading Mitigate cyber security solution aimed at helping organisations to better manage and reduce internal business risk through technology enablement, employee education and culture change, is pleased to announce that it has recently received significant new inward growth investment. In addition, Xyone is pleased to announce the appointment of a new company Chairman and CFO, along with two Non-Executive Directors, as the company seeks to expand and grow its operations.
Recognising businesses face increasing risk from external and internal threats, Iscar Tools Limited has deployed leading Cyber Security Software Company Xyone’s ‘Mitigate’ across its organisation within the UK, resulting in Iscar’s successful completion of GCHQ certified training.
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.