What is MFA? Multi factor authentication, of course! Already know what it is and have it set up everywhere? Well done you! If not, read on to find out how it could save you and your business many lost hours and the costs associated with that
In what is becoming something of a worrying trend for a company that you would have thought would have the resources to avoid such mishaps, a "bug" has recently been disovered in Google's Chrome browser. If you hit the button to delete all your browsing history, you'd rightly expect it to delete all your browsing history, right? Wrong...
Adobe's "Flash" technology was once ubiquitous. Ten years ago, if a website had some sort of animation, video or audio on it, chances were that Flash was involved in that process. However, as technology has moved on, Flash has sidelined. In a few short weeks, it will become all but impossible to view anything created with it.
Earlier this month, a Samsung Galaxy S10 phone user discovered that her husband was able to unlock her phone using the fingerprint scanner. Naturally, she was somewhat surprised and alarmed by this discovery. As a security precaution, some UK banks are temporarily pulling their services from the phone.
A GCHQ survey has revealed a list of the most popular passwords. As usual, it makes for a depressing read for those of us ensuring that systems are secure as can be, only to find out that many still pick passwords that basically leave the front door unlocked! Our blog highlights a selection of the worst offenders.
In this blog, we look at a recently released report from leading security business Kaspersky that details their malware findings from the past year. They found that Microsoft Office is by far the most attacked bit of software. We look at this report in more detail and ask if there's anything you can do about this.