Cyber Crime on the Rise
It will come as no surprise to learn that cybercrime is on the rise. And although a recent report from Hiscox1, compiled in collaboration with research firm Forrester, suggests that we are becoming better equipped to deal with the attacks, the losses associated with the attacks are still rising.more →
Digital Transformation Offsets the Negative Effect on IT Spending due to COVID-19.
Gartner forecasts that Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.9 trillion in 2021, an increase of 6.2% from 2020. This is a reversal of the decline in spending of 3.2% seen in 2020 as CIOs prioritized spending on “mission-critical” technology and services at the start of the pandemic.more →
Fabb Furniture is the leading regional furniture and carpet retailer in the UK with an established base in the East of England where it has traded for over 40 years.
With 22 sites defined requiring protection, visibility and control of their network, activereach proposed Cisco Umbrella as the solution.more →
Attack Surface Management (ASM) is an important part of your security profile, but before we get into exactly why you need it let’s just cover off what an Attack Surface is.
What is a cyber-attack surface?
An organization’s total attack surface is all the exploitable vulnerabilities that you have on your network (these can be both known and unknown).more →
This month we are sharing a blog from our partner eSentire on how to prepare for the move back to the office (B2TO).
There has never been a more relevant time to make the case for modern endpoint security solutions than today’s current business climate of massive global distributed workforces.more →
Paying for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions has significantly evolved in the last few years. While some SaaS offerings are available on a month-to-month basis, most deals now offer a discount for signing up for multi-year contracts. This offers the opportunity to lock in much lower prices – but usually only if you have the cash/funds to pay for it upfront.more →
Even before Covid-19 the cybersecurity threat landscape was evolving at a frightening pace. The combination of people spending more time online and their uncertainty around the elements of the pandemic and its consequences has played right into the hands of cybercriminals. Now threat actors are taking full advantage of Covid-19 with a vast portfolio of scams, including ransomware and phishing campaigns.more →