Lots of you took our Phishing Quiz… some did better than others! We’ve put together this handy infographic packed with statistics that will help your customers understand the importance of cybersecurity.
As one of Giacom’s key values, simplicity is a vital part of the service we provide. Here are 4 of the ways we are making it simplier for our resellers.
Even with the benefits email provides businesses, they come with security risks. On National Insurance Awareness day insure your customers’ business security with these tips for keeping their emails safe from spam and phishing emails.
With both cybercrime and online shopping trends on the rise, it’s now more important than ever before to stay safe online. Find out more in our online shopping best practice guide.
When it comes down to cyber security 101, educating your employees should be at the top of the list to keeping your business safe. Hardware failure is the number one cause when it comes to data loss, with human error following a close second. With this in mind, here are our top 5 tips on how to educate your employees on cyber security.
Although it maybe tempting to stick with your pets’ name or your football team as your go-to password, these are always the easiest for hackers to crack once they have explored your social pages and done a bit of digging. In light of World Password Day, we’ve put together some tips on how to create a really secure, strong password to help you stay safe online.
This April Fool’s Day, we want to raise awareness around cyber-attacks and how to spot a malicious email or website, so that you can take care of yourself and your customers.
With more than 281 billion emails sent per day, mailboxes are now the number one target for cybercriminals. With that in mind, it’s important to start thinking about your customers’ mailboxes a little more strategically, as mailboxes alone aren’t strong enough.
In light of World Backup Day on the 31st of March, we want to raise a little awareness on the importance of data backup – and why you and your customers should be getting on board.
It is assumed that large enterprises are the prime target for cyber criminals because of their extensive customer data base, large net-worth and high turnover of employees. Surprisingly though, it’s SMBs that are increasingly on the receiving end of cyber-attacks.