Cyber Security during a Pandemic

Just about everyone on the planet knows now that we have a COVID19 (Coronavirus) pandemic on our hands. However, cyber criminals are taking advantage of this current crisis, and people’s fears, to spread malware. I will post a list of validated and legitimate news sources at the end of this blog. What are Cyber Criminals… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Research by Kings College London

A study is being run by researchers at King’s College London into how the symptoms of the COVID-19 coronavirus develop and what this can tell us regarding how the virus attacks the body, vulnerable groups and how it spreads to quote a few of the outcomes.  You can read up about the study here.  One… Continue Reading →

Anatomy of a Phish

I expect a lot of you have received an email or text that claims you have won a prize and you need to click a link to claim it. This is often unexpected and you don’t remember entering a competition to win the said prize. Maybe you have received an email from the Tax Authority… Continue Reading →

Securing your Remote Desktop

This is an extension to my blog Productive and Secure Remote Working and Cyber Security during a Pandemic where I just want to describe an emerging cyber threat relating to home working and in particular remote desktop access. When we are in the office we are protected by a number of systems and firewalls. Our individual PC’s… Continue Reading →

Productive and Secure Remote Working

Over the past few weeks, we have all had to consider working from home (no need to say why unless you have been living under a rock). This guidance post is about how you can work from home securely and productively. Setting up the Environment Ideally you need a room you can yourself up in,… Continue Reading →

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