3 Cyber Security Threats You Could Face

In recent years there’s been increase in the frequency and severity of individual people and groups attempting to expose flaws in security systems. There are a number of reasons why people attempt do this such as: access to private information, stealing accounts, or even to demand money from the victim of the breach. Below are
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What Technology Does 2018 Have In Store?

There have been some fantastic developments in the corporate delivery of technology and communications in 2017, with so many businesses of all sizes utilising emerging technologies. 4G networks and VoIP telephone services have all been used in a bid to increase customer service. As we head into 2018, we look forward as to what could
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The Risk of Sharing Passwords

In our modern day digital lives, one of the most challenging aspects is managing all of our online account passwords. In a recent study done by Experian, a credit monitoring firm, they found that people between the ages of 25-34 register for an average of 40 accounts per email address. However, across those 40 accounts,
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Facebook App for Kids

Social media giant, Facebook is currently trialling a Facebook Messaging App for Kids in the U.S. Launched last week, Facebook has announced its first app tailored for young users, it incorporates a ring-fenced network that will need parental approval on both sides before use. Messenger Kids is a simpler version of the messaging app Facebook
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The Internet of Things Tops Lists This Christmas

One of the biggest trends in 2017 in terms of technology, has been the Internet of Things (IoT), so it comes as no surprise that it seems to be topping the tech Christmas lists. Tech Giant Curry’s and PC world have released their top pieces of technology it expects to take pride of place under
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Trends For Digital Transformation in 2018

2017 has been fairly eventful for technology and we expect 2018 to carry this trend on, as we approach the last month of the year, we can look forward to what technology 2018 might have to offer us. One reoccurring topic in the tech world that seems to be topping everyone’s list is the Internet
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UK Government Urged To Act Over Limited Computer GCSE Options

A recent report from the Royal Society found that over half of secondary schools in the UK did not offer computer science as a GCSE between 2015-16, it continued to urge the UK government to increase spending on computer education ‘tenfold’ to ensure that young people currently in education could “unlock the full potential of
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WhatsApp Used To Scam Shoppers

Last week scammers used the popular messaging app ‘WhatsApp’ to trick people into handing over personal details in exchange for bogus supermarket vouchers. The app was used to send fake vouchers to people, acting on behalf of big chains such as, Tesco, Asda and Aldi. The messages claimed to save shoppers hundreds of pounds in
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UK Watchdog Fine Data Hoarder

The UK Watchdog have taken action and fined a company that specialises in asking the public to take part in ‘surveys’ in which the answers are then used to target respondents with marketing calls.  Verso Group, the company carrying out these surveys, were found to not to have been 100% open about what it was
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NHS Attack, Could It Have Been Prevented?

May this year saw the NHS come under attack from ‘WannaCry’ ransomware, leaving thousands of patients stranded and many of us wondering how this could have happened to such a huge organisation in the UK. Reports that surfaced last week indicate the attack could have been a result of cyber-security recommendations that were not followed
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