With Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas just around the corner we're raising awareness of some of the gift card scams that are prevalent this year, including social engineering, data harvesting, fraud and brute force attacks.
In our latest blog post we outline some top tips for protecting yourself against them. Check it out and pass this guidance on to colleagues, friends and family to help them stay secure!
In our third guidance document of Cyber Security Awareness Month we delve into the hot topic of Internet of Things device security: exploring what the security issues are, case studies and top tips for securing your devices.
Our final freely available guidance document of Cyber Security Awareness Month looks at securing your digital footprint. All our guidance documents have been created to support and empower you, your organisation, family and friends to be more secure when online.
It's our favourite time of the year, Cyber Security Awareness Month! Throughout the whole of October we're going to be sharing freely available guidance documents and blogs covering a range of cyber security hot topics.
While hospitals are busy looking after our health, criminals have been busy exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic. With reports of physical security attacks on hospitals, including theft of PPE, we have designed and delivered our latest campaign for the CV19 Cyber Volunteers group. Please access and share these resources to help healthcare workers remain aware of what they need to protect, why it’s so important and how to take action.
Adding a second layer of security to your accounts is really important, to help protect you in case your password gets compromised. This is where two-factor authentication (2FA) comes in. Click here to read the full blog post.
Improve your security, at home, on the move - Downloadable Flyer
We've created this short and easy to understand flyer that covers Wi-Fi security, working on the move and passwords. Please share with your teams, click here to download full flyer.
Personal Security: Top Tips for You, Your Family and Friends
Now more than ever we are relying on the wonders of the internet. We've created a freely available one page guide to help you enhance your personal security.
Cyber criminals are exploiting COVID-19 in social engineering attacks, with many phishing attacks taking advantage of people’s anxieties, concerns, desire to help and of the special offers and support that corporations are extending to healthcare workers.
This campaign raises awareness of these scams and the way they target our emotional responses. The aim of this campaign is to encourage people to be vigilant of communications and to take a minute to check it’s right
Password managers act like a vault: you just need to remember one complicated password (do make it a good one!) for the password manager itself, and then you store all of your other passwords in the ‘vault’. Click here to read the full blog post.
Getting into the cybersecurity industry
We've created this short blog which details different things to consider when thinking about joining the cybersecurity industry not matter what age!Click here to read the full blog.