While you may expect most cyber threats to come from outside of your business issues within your business can cause major breaches as well.
Not all threats are coming from hackers or cybercriminals trying daily to access your sensitive data. A growing number of threats are now coming from within your business.
2020 was the most challenging year for our generation. The issues we faced were unique and tested us personally and professionally. While 2021 has the potential to finally bring some respite it will also mean that the challenges we face as businesses are more recognisable.
We are always striving to find the right work-life balance. For those of us working from home, it is actually harder than it might seem. Working in our living space starts to blur the lines between our personal life and work.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the world. While most has been negative there have been some positives that have appeared.
Have you ever hit the send button on an email and then been hit by that feeling of dread? When you realise you've sent an email to the wrong person.
Technology moves at a fast pace. What was once state of the art can quickly become obsolete. What was the best practice last year might not be good advice this year.
Thankfully 2020 is over. Although it was a tough year for most businesses it's still worth reviewing your performance in 2020. At least the first half of 2021 looks like it will follow a similar path to 2020 so it's good to understand how your business performed last year.
With Christmas just around the corner we start racking our brains for what to get our loved ones. As we love all things tech at Infotech we thought we'd put together a Christmas list for all those tech fans out there.
The UK Parliament finally ratified the withdrawal agreement, and the UK left the EU at 11 p.m. GMT on 31 January 2020. As we approach the end of the year and the official departure from the EU there are still plenty of questions about how businesses can transfer personal data to and from EU member states.
Since the start of the Covid-19 crisis and the move by many to remote working, experts have warned about the effect it would have on cybersecurity. Would it diminish the ability of a business to detect and contain security incidents?
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