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Month: August 2018

Social media giants Facebook and Twitter have reportedly removed and suspended a number of accounts following inauthentic and manipulating behaviour. The accounts, which were located in (yes, you guessed it) Russia and Iran, were removed after Chief Executive and big boss at Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg identified them as being misleading. More than 650 Facebook pages… [MORE]

Those pesky cyber criminals are getting so much more creative with many reports of new malicious malware and plenty of those annoying scam emails. Many organisations have recently been challenged with an increase of spoofing emails too which makes it much more difficult to pick out the scams, but Microsoft is one step ahead… In… [MORE]

The FBI has warned of a potential worldwide ATM hack which could see millions withdrawn from banks in a major operation conducted by those pesky cyber criminals. A confidential alert has been sent to banks warning of the so called ‘ATM Cashout’. In a report, the FBI advised that the hack could be imminent and… [MORE]

Important health records and other medical documentation were at risk of ill health due to a security bug! The records of almost a whopping 100 million patients were put at risk following major security issues on the popular patient management system, OpenEMR. The platform, which is one of the world’s most widely used platforms within… [MORE]

The Cloud has been growing in popularity as a business solution and it’s not a surprise; with Cloud Computing being linked to the internet there are some really great benefits. Still not made the move up onto the Cloud yet? Read on to find out more about what it is and how it works for… [MORE]

Ofcom has released their latest Communications Market Report and the results are really quite interesting. The report, which was published on 2nd August, details how communication services have changed over the past decade. The comprehensive study found that most people in the UK are completely and utterly dependent on their digital devices and require constant… [MORE]

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