Cyber security for businesses has become increasingly critical as hackers become more and more sophisticated. It doesn’t matter how small your business is you could still be at risk from cyber crime. Cyber-crime defined Cyber crime is criminal activity carried out via computers or the internet. Individuals or criminal groups target networks to steal personal
Cyber security is important but getting security systems in place to prevent an attack is only half the battle. Cybercriminals are constantly evolving and no matter how well protected you are, it only takes one wrong click to infiltrate your network. This means that, as well as having your defences set up, you also need
As we have transformed our way of working across the nation over the past couple of years, video conferencing has become the norm when it comes to holding both business meetings and personal catch-ups. From high-level conference calls and company-wide webinars to virtual quizzes and catching up with friends, the advantages of these platforms are
The 3rd Monday in January has been designated as Blue Monday and is seen as the most depressing day of the year. This, combined with the ongoing uncertainty due to the global coronavirus pandemic, is likely to cause worries and doubts for many workers. According to a survey conducted by Human Resource Management, 65% of
Businesses are more reliant on technology than ever. We take a look at what you can do to lower the risk of a cyberattack and prepare your defence. Knowledge is power The world of cyber and technology is constantly evolving and the risks that threaten your business can look different one day to the next.
Multiple news outlets reported a cyber attack on high-end jewellery firm Graff. Cyber criminals are said to have leaked up to 69,000 confidential documents including the details of David Beckham, Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey and Sir Philip Green. It is thought that the criminals have demanded tens of thousands of pounds in ransom to stop
The evidence that the effects of COVID-19 have made the risk level of experiencing an attack higher than ever, and the resulting costs are substantial. As we become increasingly reliant on technology, its time for businesses to take action against cybercrime before its too late. The threat to businesses¹ Over the past 12 months, 39%
Cyber security practices for remote workers may be less robust than office procedures. CLICK HERE to read the full article published by the BBC on 26th July. If you would like to review your cyber liability insurance for your business please get in touch with the team at Lockyers or call 01924 278222.
While after the first UK lockdown began to subside in July, we began to see a semblance of normality, lockdown 2 has plunged many workers back into uncertainty and for many, back into remote working situations. Now, worries and doubts are starting to creep in once again. According to a survey conducted by Human Resource
Cyber security is important but getting security systems in place to prevent an attack is only half the battle. Cybercriminals are constantly evolving and no matter how well protected with cyber insurance you are, it only takes one wrong click to infiltrate your network. This means that, as well as having your defences set up,